- Another (better) Star Trek collectibles blog
- Links of General Use and Interest
- Non-Star Trek Links (That Zach Just Likes)
- Links by Subject/Category
Another (better) Star Trek collectibles blog:
- apieceoftheaction.net This is another blog of Original Series Star Trek collectibles, and it is, honestly, way better than Zach Trek. I'm glad I didn't discover it until I'd had mine going for a little while, or else I might have just quit. I keep Zach Trek going because I enjoy it, and because there are so many Star Trek collectibles out there that there are bound to be different items on the two blogs. A Piece of the Action is a great site, and I strongly recommend you check it out.
- wikipedia.org - This may seem obvious, but I really have found the articles on Wikipedia to be the most useful on various Star Trek topics. The preceding link is to the English version. This link -- http://www.wikipedia.org/ -- will allow you to select a different language. As always, bear in mind that anyone can edit/contribute to these articles.
- IMDb - The Internet Movie Database - This is probably another obvious link. Look up just about any one involved with producing Star Trek (or anything else on film) here.
- memory-alpha.org - This is basically Wikipedia for only Star Trek topics. This site can be heavy on advertisements, and zealous fans have added content to the articles to the point of information overload. Articles on Wikipedia are more concise and to-the-point, but sometimes this site is the only good source of information for certain topics.
- startrek.com database - From this page you can navigate to startrek.com's database on any series or any movie, with articles on characters and subjects, episode summaries, and production information.
- http://www.nla.gov.au/collect/startrek.html - This is the National Library of Australia's history of Star Trek fandom in Australia. Now, why don't I find anything like this on the U.S. Library of Congress' web site?
Non Star Trek Links (that Zach just likes):
- homeschoolstarter.com - Zach was home schooled all the way through. Visit this site for all the answers you'll need if you are interested in home schooling
- USAGoods.org This is another project of mine. It's an effort to catalog as many items as possible made in the USA. There are similar sites, but most of them are incomplete because they offer only what they can sell, whereas this is an effort to simply list products and direct people to where they can buy them. There is even a Participate page where you can recommend products (and get an awesome certificate for your effort!).
Links by Subject or Category:
- megomuseum.com's Star Trek page - This is a great site, with pictures and information on every variation (including packaging) of every Star Trek action figure and toy that Mego made. From the site's home page, you can also navigate to pages for the many other toy lines made by Mego.
- memory-alpha.org's page on Playmates action figures & other Star Trek toys - See my comments on memory-alpha.org above in the "generally useful" links. This is the only really good page I've found for this topic.
- thecaptainkirkpage.com - A web site devoted to the commander of the Enterprise
- William Shatner's IMDb page
- Wikipedia's article on James T. Kirk
- kli.org - Web site of the Klingon Language Institute. Yes, seriously.
- deforestkelley.com - A tribute site to DeForest Kelley
- The Wikipedia article on Dr. McCoy
- DeForest Kelley's IMDb page
- The Wikipedia article on Montgomery Scott
- The Wikipedia article on James Doohan - If you don't know much about him, this is worth a read.
- James Doohan's IMDb page
- uhura.com - Nichelle Nichols' website, from which you can follow her on Facebook and Twitter
- Watch a YouTube video of Nichelle Nichols telling the story of her meeting with Dr. King
- Wikipedia's article on Uhura
- Wikipedia's article on Nichelle Nichols
- Nichelle Nichols' IMDb page