Priority One Podcast 268 | 100001100

Subscription Box1Greetings, Captains! You’re listening to EPISODE 268 OF PRIORITY ONE PODCAST, your weekly report on all things Star Trek! Recorded LIVE on Thursday, April 28th, and available for download or streaming on Monday, May 2nd, 2016 at PriorityOnePodcast.com!

This week we Trek Out the latest production news from both the small screen series and Star Trek Beyond. In Star Trek Online News, we’ve got a big convention announcement, and a familiar face has turned up on Risa. On Screen, Cookie and Elijah meet the Bynars in the TNG episode 11001001. Later, Jayce delivers his latest Star Trek Literary Review in Trek Lit 101!

As usual, before we wrap up the show, we’ll open hailing frequencies for your incoming messages.

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This week’s Community Questions:

  • If you could be cast in the new Star Trek TV series, who would you want to be?
  • From Star Trek Online news: What do you think Qwen will get up to on Risa this summer?
  • And from our On Screen segment: What punishment, if any, do you think the Binars deserve for stealing the ship?
  • And: what’s the significance of the episode’s title, 11001001?

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10 Comments ON " Priority One Podcast 268 | 100001100 "
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    Marcase May 2, 2016 at 1:49 pm - Reply

    Q1; If you could be cast in the new Star Trek TV series, who would you want to be?
    – Why, the Ship ofcourse.

    Q2; What do you think Qwen will get up to on Risa this summer?
    – Some quality Oo-mox.

    Q3; What punishment, if any, do you think the Binars deserve for stealing the ship?
    – Handle all Pakled IT Tech Support.

    Q4; And: what’s the significance of the episode’s title, 11001001?
    – That’s obvious; it’s the Binar’s DPS in ISA.

    Great show everybody, thanks !

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    Hayden Jones May 3, 2016 at 6:10 am - Reply

    Q1; If you could be cast in the new Star Trek TV series, who would you want to be?
    – I want to be a software developer, think of Reg Barclay designing software to fix the Argus array (TNG episode: The Nth Degree)

    Q3; What punishment, if any, do you think the Binars deserve for stealing the ship?
    – They have to give the Enterprise their next upgrade for free!

    Q4; And: what’s the significance of the episode’s title, 11001001?
    – Translated into a hexadecimal number we get C9, which could reference the musical chord. Like Riker’s relationship with Minuet, it starts off nice but then goes sour in the end.

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    SanokSkyRat May 3, 2016 at 7:47 am - Reply

    what does the Crystalline Cataclysm have to do with the TR-116?

    I am confused.

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      Kenna May 3, 2016 at 8:38 am - Reply

      Aw crap, I got that one all confused. The A variant was the reward from a while back…I just got all excited about the updated graphics. I don’t think this event’s reward has been posted yet. I’ll correct that this week 🙂

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    seannewboy May 3, 2016 at 8:16 am - Reply

    Wonderful show everyone.

    cq1)a romulan who isnt villainous.
    cq2) You find items and turn them in for some “currency”.
    cq3) They have to watch teletubbies, all episodes, in a one session binge.
    cq4) It is probably an in joke, in assembly code.

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    Mike May 4, 2016 at 9:15 am - Reply

    HI! What was the name of the book Jayce reviewed? Could you provide a link to it in the notes?

    cq1: First Contact Specialist, dealing with new cultures
    cq2: A daily DOFF mission, similar to the Risian Ornithologist
    cq3: Updating the STO Gateway
    cq4: Perhaps this represents the 4 possible binary pairs (as the Binars come in pairs): 11, 00, 10, and 01

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      Kenna May 4, 2016 at 11:23 am - Reply

      Hi Mike,

      The two volumes of the IDW Star Trek Ongoing series Jayce reviewed are Star Trek, Volume 6: After Darkness, and Star Trek, Volume 7: The Khitomer Conflict 🙂

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    GavinRuneblade May 6, 2016 at 10:18 am - Reply

    1. I would like to die in a transporter accident more gruesome than the one in the opening scene of the motion picture. And I would like my death to traumatize the captain for the rest of the series’ run.

    2. Based on the most recent change to the winter event, I’ll say a new building added (or possibly finally using that encampment by the river) and a new event that rewards a pet, but not a turn in for marks pet.

    3. I always have mixed feelings about this. Part of me wants to destroy their world as a lesson to future species to do the right thing and ask instead of stealing. Realistically, I’d give them some hefty economic and trade sanctions until they learned they did do this the wrong way.

    4. No idea. It’s probably an in-joke for the writers like the original name of the episode or something.

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    Kevin May 22, 2016 at 10:15 am - Reply

    Each Bynar had a “name” which was a two-digit binary number. The string “11001001” was simply the names of the four Bynars. Eight binary digits constitute a byte. As each Bynar has only two digits to constitute their name, a total of four Bynars represents all the combinations of the numbers 1 and 0: 10, 01, 00, and 11. String their names together, and you have a single byte, as well as the title of this episode.


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