Site History & Notes

December 15, 2004: And here's the last ENT review of 2004: "Kir'Shara."

December 7, 2004: I've posted the review for "Awakening."

November 30, 2004: And here's "The Forge."

November 29, 2004: Here's "The Augments."

November 10, 2004: I've posted reviews for Enterprise's "Borderland" and "Cold Station 12."

October 28, 2004: A milestone today, as the counter on the main page surpasses 2,000,000. The counter was activated on March 1, 1997.

October 26, 2004: Here's my review for "Home."

October 19, 2004: And here's my review for the second half of the season premiere, "Storm Front, Part II." What do you think the likelihood is I can keep up on this timely a schedule?

October 12, 2004: Here's the review for Enterprise's season premiere, "Storm Front, Part I."

October 1, 2004: My lengthy and thorough recap of Enterprise's third season is now posted.

September 17, 2004: Finally available is my review for Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.

September 10, 2004: I've updated the Enterprise indexes/links in preparation for the launch of season four, which will be Friday, October 8. In the meantime, I will be working to get my summer reviews finished. As promised, a review for Star Trek VI will be posted soon; I'm currently in the process of writing it. Once that's posted, I will begin writing the Enterprise third-season recap, to be posted before season four premieres.

The review for Star Trek: Generations will depend on a few factors, including the release date of the special edition DVD (which was delayed) and my progress on the other reviews. The Generations review will take a lower priority behind Enterprise reviews if the season starts before I can get to it.

July 27, 2004: Here's the latest in my Trek film review series, Star Trek V: The Final Frontier.

June 30, 2004: Well, to my own surprise I managed to just barely make my goal of having these posted by the end of June. Here are reviews for the final three episodes of the Enterprise season: "The Council," "Countdown," and "Zero Hour." My plans for the rest of the summer include the as-promised Star Trek V and Star Trek VI reviews in July and/or August, with an Enterprise season three recap in September just before season four starts up.

June 21, 2004: It just figures that three episodes from the end of the season I would get swamped at work and then lose all my writing motivation for an entire month while trying to compile my professional portfolio. But that's what happened and I offer no better explanation. I haven't reviewed the last three episodes of Enterprise because I simply haven't felt like it. That is changing, however. I am recommitting myself to ST:Hypertext this week, which means that with any luck I could have the last three episodes reviewed before June is over. No promises, but an effort will definitely be made.

May 12, 2004: Here's the "E2" review.

May 5, 2004: Here are reviews for ENT's two excellent outings, "Damage" and "The Forgotten."

April 8, 2004: Finally posted my delayed review for ENT's standout offering, "Azati Prime."

March 18, 2004: The review for "Azati Prime," as you could've guessed, has been delayed. I'm working on a Web site redesign project (not for ST:Hypertext) that has been occupying my free time the past couple weeks. That project is nearing completion, so expect the "Azati Prime" review next week.

March 4, 2004: I pointlessly review America's Next Top Model the TRAILER for The Apprentice.

March 1, 2004: I've posted the review for "Hatchery."

February 26, 2004: Here's a new review for ENT's "Doctor's Orders."

February 22, 2004: I've created a separate section exclusively for the Trek films.

February 20, 2004: Jammer cops to everything in the epic exclusive expose, "Confessions of a Closet Trekkie."

February 18, 2004: Here are reviews for the last two ENT episodes, "Stratagem" and "Harbinger."

January 30, 2004: A little late, but here are the reviews for ENT's first two eps of the new year, "Chosen Realm" and "Proving Ground." Also, reviews for feature films Trek V and Trek VI will be in the works in the near future.

January 8, 2004: Happy New Year! Let's start things off with a brief keyboard missive.

Jammer's Reviews aka Star Trek: Hypertext went online in March 1995.

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