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By T'Bonz
December 28, 2007 - 5:10 AM

Hello World!

Another year draws to a close. The holidays are finished. All that remains are the bills (if one uses credit cards in lieu of cash or debit) and the chore of putting away the decorations. Holiday company has departed, or will soon depart, and life will shortly return to its usual nine-to-five routine.

The last week of December is a time to reflect upon the waning year. One adds up the good and the bad and hopes that the good outweighed the bad. It is a time to sum up oneís behaviors, for some, with New Yearís resolutions made (and all too soon, broken.)

Itís also a time to look ahead to the future. The brand new year is a blank piece of paper upon which nothing has yet been written. What will fill this paper in 2008? Will the story at the end of the year read like a comedy or like a soap opera? Or perhaps the story of 2008 will be a romance or a tragedy. Maybe 2008 will be a rollicking adventure story for some.

Hereís hoping that your 2008 will be a good one and that when you read your story at the end of the year, it will have been a happy one.

Jolan Tru

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These were some of the major news items from December 2005:

  • G4 to Acquire Original Series, TNG Syndication Rights
    Comcast's G4 network is near to acquiring US syndication rights for the original Star Trek and Star Trek: The Next Generation. CNN reported on the deal, which would give Comcast the opportunity to greatly widen the appeal of its G4 network, currently targeting video gamers.

  • Braga Crosses Final 'Threshold'
    Had Threshold not been cancelled, former Star Trek executive producer Brannon Braga revealed that each of the main characters would have been taken on "a staggering emotional journey."

  • Graham Praises Bakula in New Book on Acting
    Frequent Star Trek: Enterprise guest star Gary Graham (Ambassador Soval) heaped praise on Scott Bakula (Jonathan Archer) in a new book on acting that was published earlier this year.

More news can be found in the archives.

Poll Results

Below are the results of the most recent TrekToday poll:

Who Was The Best Star Trek Doctor?
Leonard H. McCoy 48.6% - (341 Votes)
Emergency Medical Hologram 23.2% - (163 Votes)
Julian Bashir 10.5% - (74 Votes)
Beverly Crusher 7.8% - (55 Votes)
Phlox 2.4% - (17 Votes)
Katherine Pulaski 1.5% - (11 Votes)

Total Votes: 701

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