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New Look, Same Attitude: Starting September 1
After five years in the one place, TREKZONE.org is moving. The LCARS look that served the site so well over half a decade is being retired and a modern skin is taking it’s place.
Over the past few weeks I’ve been working – still as that one-man-band – on porting the old HTML content over to this CMS and over coming weeks more work will be carried out. At the moment, episode reviews, screencaps and some recaps are available for The Original Series, The Animated Adventures and Discovery with work on Deep Space Nine starting today.
The news was all moved across when I acquired the 1701NEWS domain following the abandonment from the previous owners. However, as part of the shift in focus for me about all of this I felt that I should stick with the brand I’m known for – Trekzone. You can browse the news by category above in the menu.
The back catalogue of podcasts are available – TREKZONE.org Interviews, SciFi Weekly and The Trekzone Spotlight with the new series A Trekzone Conversation and A Trekzone Commentary to come from September 6 & 9 respectively.
The cutover to the new site will occur sometime on September 1 Australian time.
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