I received a notification from a subscription service informing us that Akemi’s information had been compromised in a hack. At first I was “This is a scam” – but the email checked out. In addition to a rundown of the situation, it offered a link to a free subscription for a cyber-security protection service that would monitor – and provide insurance against – identity theft. My initial reaction was “This is a scam” – but the link proved legitimate, as is the service (Norton). So, just to be extra safe, I went to the official Norton site and signed in using the promo code provided, downloaded the device security and secure VPN…when my laptop prompted me for my apple I.D. to complete the installation – at which point I thought “This is a scam!” and bailed.
Granted, it retrospect, I’m being paranoid. It’s legitimate software from the legitimate Norton site sent my way by the legitimate subscription service. But I figured I would just sleep on it.
From the Stargate vault…
Director Will Waring attempts to talk down a knife-wielding wraith.
On second thought – here, take him!
Uh oh. Here comes trouble.
Enjoying the fresh air.
He was the lead guitarist of Gwar for two years.
Amazing people with whom I have worked…
Emily Drake was a second assistant director on #DarkMatter. A hard worker and a great personality, she is pictured here preparing to corral the extras. pic.twitter.com/KBBB4k58ob
— Joseph Mallozzi (@BaronDestructo) September 11, 2020
PR and digital marketing strategist Dani Gagnon (@daniginc) has worked tirelessly online and off promoting #UtopiaFalls (among other productions), offering fans of the series incredible behind-the-scenes insights. I'm a big fan of her work. pic.twitter.com/WWM9fzAwus
— Joseph Mallozzi (@BaronDestructo) September 13, 2020
Carl Liberman, head of the literary department at The Characters, has been my agent for over 20 years. He put us on #Stargate's radar when they were looking for new talent and, years later, helped set up #DarkMatter. pic.twitter.com/M0LTtZtUj2
— Joseph Mallozzi (@BaronDestructo) September 14, 2020
Greg Fox was a camera operator on #Stargate – all three series and over eighty episodes of the franchise before moving on to productions like #Continuum, #IZombie, and #TheCrossing. Solid, dependable, and professional. pic.twitter.com/an0cC8HIBc
— Joseph Mallozzi (@BaronDestructo) September 15, 2020
Alex Chapple directed multiple episodes of #StargateUniverse including "Subversion" and "Epilogue" and has since moved on to productions like #BlueBloods, #SVU, and #FBI. pic.twitter.com/oqTY5Ii3BR
— Joseph Mallozzi (@BaronDestructo) September 16, 2020