June 15th, 2009
Here's the first installment of our new weekly trivia feature. Big thanks to the Trivia Tribble David Kleparek for providing the fantastic content.CONTINUE READING >>
We've been wondering, as many of you, how the changes to the Star Trek universe timeline would be affected by what happened in Star Trek XI. And, more importantly, how the changes would affect the upcoming Star Trek Online.
The fine beings at Cryptic have put together an article explaining that very thing.CONTINUE READING >>
As reported by Airlock Alpha, 'Star Trek' is still going strong in the top ten grossing movies this week. Nearly beating the premiere of the new Eddie Murphy film 'Imagine That'.
It didn't grab the No. 5 spot for the third week in a row, but it almost got No. 6.
"Star Trek" earned $5.6 million at the box office over the weekend, beating out "Terminator: Salvation," "Drag Me To Hell" and "Angels & Demons."
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In a new dev blog post on MMORPG.com, producer David Stahl talks about the Star Trek Online Genesis system and how it's used to create places for you to go and explore without requiring hours of art and development time for each location.
This sounds like a great concept and in theory could make the Star Trek Online universe boundless. David explains in more detail....CONTINUE READING >>
Newsarama just posted an interview with actor Phil Morris, who has been in almost every incarnation of Star Trek.
First he was the wily 8 year-old wearing an army helmet in the TOS episode 'Miri'. Next he played Trainee Foster in Star Trek III. He then went on to play two roles in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. And, lastly he played astronaut Lieutenant John Kelly in Star Trek: Voyager.CONTINUE READING >>
A brand new entry in the ongoing Path to 2409 Saga has been released: 2388 Supplemnetal Log. This time the story is told by Jake Sisko as he visits Ambassador Worf shortly after the Hobus incident on Qo’noS.
Apparently WORF LIVES after being attacked by Nero. I don't care if any of this is officially canon, it's definitely canon in my mind.CONTINUE READING >>
In a recent article on Examiner.com, writer Gail Shivel explorers Uhura as an inspirational figure for women. On an interesting note, in the 70's and 80's Nichelle Nichols was employed by NASA as a recruiter.CONTINUE READING >>