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Star Trek

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Star Trek archives, resource guides, misc.

There's a lot of information on Star Trek available on the net. To help you navigate, try the following archives and resource guides:
[FTP] All periodic postings (mit.edu) archived at MIT for the rec.arts.startrek newsgroups
The Star Trek Creative Area (carleton.ca)
"The Creative Area is a permanent forum which contains fan fiction stories written and posted by SIG members as well as the complete stories of several of the ships in the NCF Star Trek Role Playing Game." Home of "Star Trek: Door Repair Guy," "PythonTrek" and much more. (MargaretKipp)
[gopher] Wiretap gopher server (spies.com)
Star Trek Books Home Page (simonsays.com)
(Simon and Shuster) [Updated Oct 2001]
Protect Star Trek (natural-innovations.com)
"Boycott Paramount... I set up this page in response to Paramount's unconscionable move to MSN, where its Star Trek:Continuum (the official site) is off-limits to anyone not using Microsoft Windows 95." (Walter Ian Kaye,
The Science of Star Trek (scientium.com)
"Is Star Trek really a science show, or just a lot of "gee, whiz" nonsensical Sci-Fi? Could people really DO the fantastic things they do on the original Star Trek and Next Generation programs, or is it all just hi-tech fantasy for people who can't face reality?" Written in 1993. (David A. Batchelor) [Updated Nov 2001]
Sector 0-0-1 (startreksite.com)
Movie news, Treknology, Select Sites, Starship Diagrams, Uniforms, Star Trek Sounds, Insignia, Character Gallery, Posters, Rules of Acquisition, Warp Speed Chart, Episode Guides, Production Chronology, Birthday List, Icons, Images, Dedication Plaques... (Mahyar Entezari) [Updated Oct 2001]
Trek Reviews Archive (ravenna.com)
"Welcome to the rec.arts.startrek.reviews archive. This site contains reviews and ratings of Star Trek television series, books and movies, links to reviewers' home pages, and other related material." Last updated June 1997. (M. Scott Forbes)

Usenet FAQs for rec.arts.startrek newsgroups

We've listed some of the Usenet FAQs for the rec.arts.startrek newsgroups below.
FAQs for newsgroups r.a.s.[FTP]tech (mit.edu) and [FTP]misc (mit.edu).
Books based on the original series (parts [gopher]1 (utoronto.ca) and [gopher]2 (utoronto.ca)) and [gopher]The Next Generation (utoronto.ca).
[FTP] Books on tape (mit.edu)
[FTP] Comics checklist (in six parts) (mit.edu)
[FTP] FTP sites (mit.edu)
[FTP] How to submit creative material (mit.edu)
[FTP] Music (mit.edu)
[FTP] Names, ranks and serial numbers (mit.edu)
[FTP] Other roles played by Star Trek actors (in fifteen parts) (mit.edu)
[FTP] Pilot episodes and unaired episodes (mit.edu)
[FTP] Relativity and FTL Travel (mit.edu)
[FTP] Shakespeare (mit.edu)
[FTP] Story archive (mit.edu)
[FTP] Technical errors (mit.edu)

Star Trek fan clubs

Some Star Trek clubs are on the net. See Also: Societies, clubs, associations, and archives and Other Star Trek Aliens

Maquis Forces International (maquis.com)
"...Like our fictional counterparts on Star Trek who went renegade from Starfleet, most of our membership left established fandom organizations in search of a better banner to fly under..." (Gary Davis)
The Oberon Group/USS Oberon (geocities.com)
(Debi Gold)
Psi Phi (bradley.edu) - Bradley's Science Fiction Club
"Psi Phi is a general Science Fiction club, but our strongest draw is definitely Star Trek." (David Henderson)
Starfleet (International) Web Page (sfi.org)
"STARFLEET -- The International Fan Association is the 21+ year old fan organization whose members (7000+) are united the world over in their appreciation of Star Trek: The Greatest Human Adventure. Hundreds of chapters worldwide link members into local fandom as well as the International organization." This has e-mail and WWW links and if all else fails, snail mail addresses for the officers as well as the regions and chapters. (Allyson M.W. Dyar (dyarstraights.com)) [Updated Oct 2001]
The United Federation of Phoenix (u-f-p.org)
"The United Federation of Phoenix is a Star Trek and general Science Fiction fan club that meets in the Phoenix Arizona area every 2 weeks. We have been meeting regularly for over 20 years [since 1975], which makes us one of the oldest ST clubs in the country. We are not affiliated with any other organization. We have no restrictions to join." (Jim Strait) [Updated Oct 2001]
USS Ronald E. McNair (earthlink.net)
"Founded in 1993, The USS Ronald E McNair is an urban STAR TREK fan organization for adults interested in STAR TREK, and its series: The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, Classic Trek, and the movies. We are based in Boston, and serve the Boston and Eastern Massachusetts areas. Our sci-fi club, or "ship," is named after the late Dr. Ronald E. McNair." (George Jenkins) [Updated Oct 2001]

Klingon web pages

The Klingon Language Institute (kli.org)
"The KLI has two main goals, missions which have driven us from our inception and which have expanded as our resources and membership have grown. The first of these missions is to promote, foster, and develop the Klingon language, and the second is to bring together Klingon language enthusiasts from around the world and provide them with a common forum for the discussion and the exchange of ideas." (Mark Shoulson, Mark A. Mandel) [Updated Oct 2001]
Klingon WWW Pages - toDbaj De' (demon.co.uk)
(Translation page available.) (demon.co.uk) ("Soruk of Vulcan", soruk__galaxy.neca.com {, soruk__eridani.demon.co.uk)
Klingon Assault Group/Australia (ozemail.com.au)
This site's main entry page (ozemail.com.au) only understands frames-capable browsers. [Updated Oct 2001]
Klingon Imperial Diplomatic Corps (klingon.org)
"...from Klingon culture, society, traditions and rituals to weapons and intergalactic cuisine. Also home to the popular Klingon internet Directory and Klingon ICQ Directory..." (Ambassador Lady K'Zin Epetai Kasara)
K'Tesh's Klingon Pages and Kuisine (klingonfood.com)
"What Do you Want Terran? Gagh? Rokeg Blood Pie? Burned Replicated Bird Meat with Fish Eggs? Cellular Peptide Cake with Mint Frosting? Maybe you are thirsty, How about some Bloodwine? No? Cardassian Kanar? Oh, I see you want...Root Beer, vile stuff." This page features K'Tesh's "unofficial" recipes for various Star Trek Dishes. "Although I do not have the official canon recipes, these are based on what we have seen in Star Trek, or heard about. All possible attempt has been made to make these resemble the actual dish (edible is optional)." (K'Tesh Son of K'raig) [Updated Oct 2001]

Other Star Trek Aliens

Q (u-net.com)
"It's not safe out here! It's wondrous, with treasures to satiate desires both subtle and gross. But it's not for the timid." -- "Q Who" (Verona)

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