Archive - May 19, 2009
As reported by KFMB San Diego, A San Diego State University professor is using Star Trek: TOS episodes to teach his college students American history.
The first episode of "Star Trek" aired in 1966. Since then, there have been five television series, 11 movies, and now a college history class.
"It is a history class and ‘Star Trek' is just a vehicle for me to explore it," John Putman said.
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With 'Star Trek' movie tie-ins and a specialty branded 5800 XpressMusic, Nokia has launched an interactive 'Star Trek' mini-site. The site starts you off on Nero's ship the Narada and gives you tasks to perform related to Nokia products. Once the tasks are completed you will get exclusive videos from the move.
Also available on the site wallpapers and ringtones for the following supported Nokia devices: N79, N96, N97 and 5800XM.
Visit the Nokia 'Star Trek' mini-site here.
As reported by TVShowsonDVD.com, Patrick Stewart narrates 'The Shape of the World' a 6 part mini-series that explores the history of map making. With a DVD release scheduled for August 4th, the 3 disc set is presented full screen in english stereo and is priced at $59.99CONTINUE READING >>