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By Christian
December 23, 2000 - 11:25 PM

Hello World!

Hello there. Long time no see. You may remember me as that guy who used to run a science fiction site, seemingly ages ago, and then almost completely disappeared for over a week, leaving most updates to his wonderful co-webmaster.

Seriously, things have been pretty busy for me lately, and on top of that I was again hit by the familiar Lost Internet Connection demon, leaving me with just a cell phone connection for the past few days. I think I'm fully back online now, and can only thank Amy for keeping everything running so well. Fortunately now that it's Christmas all the professional SF sites will probably be on holiday for a few days, so I'll probably even be able to catch up on things like e-mail.

Trek BBS Today

Below are some of the topics currently being discussed at the Trek BBS:

-What do you think a new Trek film series intended to follow after the TNG movies should be?

-What are the most important loose ends that need to be tied up on Voyager before the series ends?

More topics can be found at the Trek BBS!

Poll Results

Below are the results of the most recent TrekToday poll:


Have you ever particpated in a Star Trek RPG?
No 69.2% - (507 Votes)
More than one 11.3% - (83 Votes)
Play By E-mail 7.7% - (57 Votes)
Other 6.2% - (46 Votes)
'How to Host a Murder Mystery' 2.1% - (16 Votes)
Club Sim 1.7% - (13 Votes)
IRC 1.3% - (10 Votes)

Total Votes: 732

Thanks for voting! It's amazing how disliked Wesley still is - personally I would have thought that after six years of Neelix and even seven years of Rom those characters would easily deserve being thrown out of airlock more than Wesley, but apparently Wesley is still far too fresh on everyone's memory.

The new poll is actually based on a suggestion at the Trek BBS, and asks how you would rate Voyager.

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Happy Birthday!

Yesterday was the birthday of Franc Luz, who appeared on TNG's 'The Host' as the first Trill we ever saw, Odan.

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