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Comment by AtheistTech on September 24, 2011 at 4:35pm
What is Trek Fan Fiction?
Comment by Nerdlass on September 24, 2011 at 4:34pm
Does anyone here read Trek fanfiction?
Comment by AtheistTech on September 24, 2011 at 2:10pm
The weekend is here and I feel like being a couch potato.
Comment by Christine on September 24, 2011 at 1:19pm
Oh, we were so excited when Netflix started streaming Star Trek!! Love TOS & Next Gen the best, Voyager next. Watched all of Enterprise, didn't really connect to it, have not seen DS9. @Cane - I had the same experience, when the show was on, I watched an episode here or there and felt like I couldn't get into it. I do plan on watching it all the way through at some point.
Comment by AtheistTech on September 24, 2011 at 11:11am
I love Star Trek, I like ST TNG, I couldn't get into DS9, I like Voyager somewhat, and I really like Enterprise. I pay for Netflix and am currently re-watching all of the STTOS episodes. They have the Digitally Remastered Versions episodes. It's like watching new but familiar shows. Real Cool.
Comment by Nerdlass on September 24, 2011 at 5:43am
I've watch all Star Trek, save for most of Voyager, the last half of DS9, and Enterprise. Voyager turned me off of Trek for awhile... And during that time, I really got into Babylon 5. I should go back and watch those episodes, now that I'm into Trek again.
Comment by Steph S. on September 23, 2011 at 10:45am
Bizu,

I love the Next Generation as well. I love all the different Star Trek shows. Have you seen any of the others?
Comment by Steph S. on September 23, 2011 at 10:43am

Cane -- here is the information you wanted.

 

Product Details

Paperback: 132 pages
Publisher: Three Rivers Press (May 10, 1995)
Relying on uncanny instincts and a seriocomic approach, this first-time author strikes very close to home as he cleverly illustrates how we can improve and better understand our lives: apply the morals and lessons portrayed in that American icon known as Star TrekR. Using a hilarious first-person narrative, Marinaccio takes dozens of day-to-day situations and shows how we may glean from this 1960s space opera a more intuitive, aggressive, and successful approach to dealing with them. Citing many examples, including relationships, job satisfaction and management, family, peace, war, love, hate, life, death, and the overall nature of humanity, Marinaccio explains how "every situation you will face in life has already been faced by the crew of the Starship EnterpriseTM." While obsessive Star TrekR fans might be distracted by minute errors in trivia, the author provides a fast, enjoyable, and inspirational read. Well recommended for all public libraries and a strong addition to self-help collections.
--Charles A. Weiss, "Library Journal"
http://www.amazon.com/Really-Need-Know-Learned-Watching/dp/05178838...
Comment by Bizu Dana on September 23, 2011 at 2:15am

i just watched the series for the first time a few months ago. Couldn't stop watching so it didn't take me long until i became a fan of TNG ...  :-P :)))  

Comment by AtheistTech on September 23, 2011 at 1:36am
Cool! Steph S. How many pages is it? Is there tons of stuff that they wrote, or is it a small book? Is most of it Star Trek Universe? Or real life stuff?
 

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