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SLWalker

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All right, I'm working on Ad Astra's links page.  So, what I need from you folks is links to your sites, blogs, etc, as well as a brief blurb about the site.  Banners are allowed but should be a reasonable size.

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Oh, uh...

United Trek is a group of fan fiction writers who came together on the Trek BBS and who have decided to share our characters and storylines to create one unified, yet at the same time diverse, setting existing within the universe of Star Trek.

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  I have a collection of links that I would call 'research sites' that authors may find useful for checking facts about characters, vessels, etc.  In the collection is a calculator that can calculate trip durations based on a vessel's warp speed - so our characters aren't arriving before they left and embarrassing things like that. ;)

My fave is a Czech site that has the complete dialog for every TNG and TOS episode!  (in English)

Sam.

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Steff,

My top ten links:

1. http://memory-alpha.org/en/wiki/Portal:Main

    The writerââ¬â¢s best friend for all things canon.

2. http://memory-beta.wikia.com/wiki/Main_Page

    A non-canon site for licensed Star Trek works, including novels, comic books, RPG sourcebooks and video games.

3. http://www.ditl.org/

    Another great research site that includes calculators for warp-speed trip duration, weapon energy calculations and a great collection of technical in-universe articles.

4. http://trekguide.com/

    My favorite site for the calculation of 23rd and 24th century stardates, but it has much more than that.

5. http://www.ex-astris-scientia.org/

    A superb site for information about starships, fleet yards and Treknology of all kinds.

6.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Star_Trek_planets:_A-B

    There is a vast amount of in-universe Star Trek content on Wikipedia.  This link is just a sample.

7.  http://www.klingon.org/menu.html

    A site dedicated to all things Klingon. Extensive canon-based linguistic resources.

8.  http://rihannsu.theari.com/

    Central Institute of the Romulan Language.  Draws upon non-canon sources but, in my opinion, there is none better.

9.  http://star-trek-fonts.fanspace.com/

    If everyone had this font collection installed on our PCââ¬â¢s, then our articles could take an interesting step towards added realism!  How about a Klingon article written in Klingon?

10.  http://www.trektoday.com/

      The ââ¬ÅInsiderââ¬Â site for Star Trek.  The best source of news on upcoming Star Trek projects and events.

Enjoy!

Sam.

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Steff,

My top ten links:

1. http://memory-alpha.org/en/wiki/Portal:Main

    The writer’s best friend for all things canon.

2. http://memory-beta.wikia.com/wiki/Main_Page

    A non-canon site for licensed Star Trek works, including novels, comic books, RPG sourcebooks and video games.

3. http://www.ditl.org/

    Another great research site that includes calculators for warp-speed trip duration, weapon energy calculations and a great collection of technical in-universe articles.

4. http://trekguide.com/

    My favorite site for the calculation of 23rd and 24th century stardates, but it has much more than that.

5. http://www.ex-astris-scientia.org/

    A superb site for information about starships, fleet yards and Treknology of all kinds.

6.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Star_Trek_planets:_A-B

    There is a vast amount of in-universe Star Trek content on Wikipedia.  This link is just a sample.

7.  http://www.klingon.org/menu.html

    A site dedicated to all things Klingon. Extensive canon-based linguistic resources.

8.  http://rihannsu.theari.com/

    Central Institute of the Romulan Language.  Draws upon non-canon sources but, in my opinion, there is none better.

9.  http://star-trek-fonts.fanspace.com/

    If everyone had this font collection installed on our PC’s, then our articles could take an interesting step towards added realism!  How about a Klingon article written in Klingon?

10.  http://www.trektoday.com/

      The “Insider” site for Star Trek.  The best source of news on upcoming Star Trek projects and events.

Enjoy!

Sam.

LMAO!  Those are really awesome links, but mostly I'm actually calling for links to member sites, blogs, etc. ;-)

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Okay.

My blog:  Terilynn's Trek (and its entire history) can be found at Trek United's boards...

http://www.trekunited.com/community/index.php?autocom=blog&blogid=65&

Or the past month or so, I've been doubling it up at Blogger:

http://terilynnstrek.blogspot.com/

Beware:  I do have a tendency to RANT....big time.  :)

Steff's wonderful editing handiwork on Heritage Book One can be seen in all its glory at:

http://issuu.com/kirok.of.lstok/docs/terilynn-st-heritage1-2.1

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I've been thinking about letting people have WordPress blogs on my site.  Maybe something like .adastrafanfic.net or somesuch.  Super easy to do, too.

MDg

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I've been thinking about letting people have WordPress blogs on my site.  Maybe something like .adastrafanfic.net or somesuch.  Super easy to do, too.

MDg

I would be open to this idea.

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Well, my blog is at the very creative url http://cybrludite.blogspot.com and is mostly gaming advice and settings. Currently I've been focusing on post-apocalyptic settings. What can I say? My first non-D&D roleplaying game was Gamma World, followed later by Aftermath!, Morrow Project, and Twilight 2000.

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Well, my blog is at the very creative url http://cybrludite.blogspot.com and is mostly gaming advice and settings. Currently I've been focusing on post-apocalyptic settings. What can I say? My first non-D&D roleplaying game was Gamma World, followed later by Aftermath!, Morrow Project, and Twilight 2000.

All righty.  Will add it next go-round.

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