Dorion Sagan, son of Lynn Margulis and Carl Sagan, worked closely with Lynn Margulis as coauthor of many books including Microcosmos, What is Life? and Dazzle Gradually. Microcosmos was called “A masterpiece of science writing” in Orion magazine, and included on a list of “Mind-Altering Masterpieces” by Utne Reader. His own works include Death and Sex – winner of the Bookbinder’s Guide of New York 2009 award for best nonfiction hardcover – and Into the Cool, a sustained track on the thermodynamics of life. His most recent projects are Lynn Margulis: The Life and Legacy of a Scientific Rebel and Cosmic Apprentice: Dispatches from the Edges of Science. His writings have appeared in The New York Times, The New York Times Book Review, The Skeptical Inquirer, Wired, Cabinet, Natural History, The Sciences, and other magazines. Read More
Natasha Eloi became the on-air face of Canada’s fledgling science fiction network, Space: The Imagination Station which today is known as The Space Channel. Her duties included hosting, reporting, interviewing, shooting, writing and producing segments that have garnered a large world wide appeal over the years.
During her time with The Space Channel, Natasha has interviewed many notables such as Buzz Aldrin, Will Smith, Samuel L. Jackson, Nicolas Cage, Daniel Craig, Gerard Butler, Ryan Reynolds, and Blake Lively to name a few. It should also be noted that Natasha Eloi’s dedication, personality, and strong work ethic, made her the most requested on-air personality of The Space Channel which was recognized through her continually growing large fan base.
Now moving on to the next exciting chapter of her broadcast career, EloiNation Entertainment Inc., will find Natasha marching to the beat of her on drum and cementing her footprints in the worlds of space, technology, innovation, art, fashion, entertainment, aliens, music and movies.
And the world is waiting and watching to experience the Eloination invasion! Read More
Learning how to use a comptuer at the age of 8 and building his first websites by the age of 11 Jeremy Fabiano has been a avid computer programmer, hobbiest, and guru for over 16 years. Specializing in web techonlogy, telecommunications software engineering, encryption of data/voice/video,electronics repair, He pretty much can do anythin gwith a peice of electronics.
In his spare time he enjoys rebuilding arcade games and writing code for opensource software projects! He also a back yard astronomer as well! Rencently Jeremy has found a love for acting and television. Some of favorite TV personalites include Mr. Dress Up, Larry King, Carl Sagan(Cosmo's Ruled!), and Jay Ingram.
His short list of programming experiance is :
MFC 7.1 and .NET 2003 development Visual C++ GUI design and critiquing Java and C++ interaction (JNI) Socket programming / UNIX, WinSock32
C++ team projects / acted as team leader Debugging documenting and code testing Java Swing, console, network programming Threaded applications in C, C++, Java, D Distributed applications development UNIX system level development GNU gcc, LCC32, Visual studio compilers SQL, Java / PHP 4/5, MySQL development HTML5 development, mobile app development.
He is currently Eloination.com's Webmaster Read More
Sam Hodgson, career fan-girl. Growing up she fed herself a steady diet of 60's 70's and 80's Pop Culture.
Book store background where she was able to meet and greet notable authors and other personalities. With journalistic tendencies, Sam enjoys musing about Geek Culture, meeting interesting people and making connections with other like minded Geeks! Not to mention random star encounters with Stan Lee, Malcolm McDowell, Sean Patrick Flanery, Norman Reedus and Tom Noonan. Mad love for Movies, Books, Sci-fi/fantasy TV series, Converse, Elvis Presley, cats and a British obsession. Blogger, photographer, enjoys out of the ordinary Geek gifts!