Past Updates 2005
Merry Christmas to all of you! I will be gone until January 2nd. If you send me e-mails, be aware that I will only reply to issues that I deem important.
Here is a small article about the ships from the Star Fleet Technical Manual.
The Alphabet Stories T-Z conclude the series by Katarzyna Marcinkowska.
In the wake of the alarming demise of Trekpulse and other important sites I have taken the opportunity to weed out dead or dated links and rearrange the links page.
I have replaced all photos in my little modeling section.
Congratulations to the Trek Writer's Guild, winner of the EAE Award for December 2005!
Added design notes by Allen Rolfes.
Deck plans of 22 more Starfleet Museum ships by Allen Rolfes. Please follow the signs!
Canon Fodder is a new site in the EAS family, a place for theories that fix continuity issues or to tie up loose ends in canon Star Trek. Have a look around!
The musings about the Romulan make-up change have been updated.
Poll: Which Trek movie is your favorite?
See more Re-Used Weapons.
Many minute amendments too countless to list. But most importantly here is a new page with Re-Used Weapons. More to follow.
On a sad note, Michael Piller, the long-time executive producer and co-creator of Deep Space Nine and Voyager, died on November 1st at the age of 57.
Several new thumbnails and pictures in the Starship Database. Please follow the signs.
Here is a story by Rony Tal, Star Trek Elita - The Discovery.
The winner of the Titan design contest is posted on the Pocket Books website. Please note this is a non-canon design which will not be added to my database!
We attended the Galileo 7 Convention on Saturday, October 1st. Here is a Con report with some pictures.
Amongst many almost unnoticeable updates and corrections there is a small write-up about Spot.
Thanks to Bravo Simulations Group for their first site award!
Important notice: I am on vacation until September 20. Upon my return I will only reply to the inquiries that I deem most important. Please refrain from sending me "Did you read my mail?" messages.
Significant updates in the article on the Size of the Delta Flyer.
Here are the Alphabet Stories M-S by Katarzyna Marcinkowska.
Another part of the "Transition" series by Dominick Carlucci is entitled Crisis Point.
On a related note, I am accepting no new fan fiction any longer because editing and reformatting long documents is very boring and disproportionate to the benefit. I will only post stories of the featured authors and from the backlog on my hard drive. Sorry, but with EAS I would like to focus on my own creative work.
Enjoy several funny new Bloopers and Oddities.
See several Re-Used Emblems and a few more updates to the article series.
New additions on the page about Re-Used Make-ups.
Besides a few rather cosmetic changes in the Starship Database, here is a side view of the old Klingon BoP.
New pictures and findings about the Ktarian problem.
We are going to point out many more make-up inconsistencies, beginning with new findings about the Norcadians.
While I'm working on unnoticeable corrections all over the site, here are a few Non-Existent Ships.
Congratulations to the winner of the EAE Award for August 2005, StarTrekArchiv.
Planet Mutations: now including considerations about Qo'noS and Romulus.
Read a new article: Planet Mutations - about planets whose appearance was subject to change, starting with Vulcan.
Sad news: Early this morning James Doohan died at the age of 85. "Aye."
See funny mishaps, imperfections or in-jokes on screen in Bloopers and Oddities.
After all my other efforts to fight spam have failed, the hopelessly spam-infested EAS Guestbook it is now password-protected. Please follow the directions. Note that I will not respond to inquiries, suggestions or complaints about that, I'm just sick of discussing it.
On a more positive note, I have updated the article about the Size of the Oberth Class.
See 16 new JoAT designs, all received through the submission form. While some accepted submissions are still in the queue, I'm sorry that almost 80% of all submissions had to be rejected because of missing or insufficient artwork.
Congratulations to Tobias Weimann who wins the EAE Award July 2005 for his site, LCARS Interface.
The page about Federation Probes has been substantially upgraded with new information and pictures. Thanks to Jörg for collecting the facts! Furthermore I have added a couple of alien probes.
It has taken me five years, but here is an update to the Warp Propulsion article series, along with a more concise outline of the project. The chapters on Subspace and Warp Measurement are available as incomplete drafts.
Here is a write-up about the Redresses of the Wadi Ship by Jörg and me.
Next round of the Starship Database update: all three Vogian and Wingari ships (spelling may be subject to change), a new Dralian beacon, updated side views of the green Klingon D7 and the "Latent Image" ship and some more pictures.
Two dozen images in the Starship Database have been replaced with better ones. Thanks to Jörg and Alice! New: 22nd century hovercars, various Torothan vessels, Tholian cargo shuttle.
Various small updates with facts from the final episodes.
I conclude my Enterprise reviews with the anticipated rant about "These Are The Voyages".
The review of "Terra Prime" is finished. On a different note, there is a massive backlog of items that I deem important and that I will work up with the highest priority: updates in the starship database, new race and planet inconsistencies, small corrections everywhere. All other updates and particularly user submissions will have to wait.
Read the review of "Demons".
Here comes the review of "In a Mirror, Darkly".
In the wake of "In a Mirror, Darkly" there are dozens of small updates all over the site, most notably of the Mirror Universe Ships. The review will follow shortly.
I have updated and expanded the write-up about Creating a Successful Website.
An article about the famous Vasquez Rocks, as seen on seven occasions in Star Trek.
And an appeal not to bug me. I am waiting for the second part of "In a Mirror, Darkly" before updating anything.
Here are the Alphabet Stories G-L by Katarzyna Marcinkowska.
Thanks to Fleet Admiral JD for his award!
A few updates in the Starship Database.
The review of "Bound" is available.
Several new images in the Starfleet Museum, most notably the internal arrangements of Romulan War ships, created by Allen Rolfes.
New Poll: What kind of Star Trek would you like to see in the near future?
A fun analysis of the Re-Uses of the Angel One Matte Painting.
The Evolution of Klingon Foreheads, now with over 70 images.
TrekUnited receives the EAE Award for April 2005. Congratulations!
Thanks to LCARS Main Databank for their award!
There is also a new chapter of Star Trek Deneva by John Berkeley: Episode VII - Trial by Fire.
Facts from "Divergence" and "Affliction" have been supplemented, most notably the update to The Klingon Forehead Problem.
The reviews of "Affliction" and "Divergence" are available. Message to those who keep bugging me for weeks: Yes, I will update the Klingon Forehead Dilemma write-up.
The starships and other facts from the recent episodes have been added.
"The Aenar" reviewed.
On a different note, the hotlinking policy of EAS has been revised. Hotlinking (or image leeching) is now disabled, as I am no longer willing to pay for gigabytes of mindless image posts in blogs or bulletin boards that are mostly not even recognizable as the work of EAS. Prior to complaining, please read the complete blurb if this concerns you in any fashion.
And here come "Babel One" and "United". Ships and facts from the latest episodes will be added later.
The review of "Observer Effect".
TrekWeb is the winner of the EAE Award for March 2005.
Here is the first of the missing reviews: "Daedalus".
The write-up on the Klingon Bird-of-Prey size has been updated and extended with new pictures likewise.
I have revamped the already classic article on the Defiant, adding new arguments and numerous screen caps by Jörg.
Beta test phase of the new submission form for the JoAT. It is possible to upload images directly and get a preview of how it will look on the (still static) JoAT site. Please help me find bugs and try it out (but not too often for now!).
A brand new article discusses the Size of the Excelsior Class and particularly the question if the ship might be much bigger than we thought.
Star Trek Enterprise - Mistaken Identity is a new novel by Dominick Carlucci.
Save Enterprise wins the EAE Award for February 2005. Congratulations!
See a whole bunch of new alien emblems. Thanks to Jörg and Reverend for their help!
Clean-up of the Links page, some new links added.
Read Alphabet Stories A-F, six imaginative short stories by Katarzyna Marcinkowska.
The Personnel and Vessel Profiles for the SID series by Travis Anderson.
As a supplement, here are some examples of False Canon.
Here is a write-up about Star Trek's Canon, defining the term, citing reasons and outlining a canon policy for EAS.
Redresses of the Merchantman, incorporating new revelations. The series will be continued!