Saturday, September 08, 2012

Star Trek-46th Anniversary Today is a Google Feature

Publicity photo of Leonard Nimoy and William S...
Publicity photo of Leonard Nimoy and William Shatner as Mr. Spock and Captain Kirk from the television program Star Trek. (Public Domain photo: Credit: Wikipedia)
Google's search engine is using a clever 'Goo,' image now to announce that Star Trek celebrates its 46th anniversary today. 

Non-Trekkies likely know that the fantastically popular futuristic space drama retains a large and enthusiastic following.

If you are a non-Trekkie, have you thought of why the show became an icon of drama? 

One less-discussed reason might interest admirers and couldn't-care-less readers: the management style of Captain Kirk and the team style of his crew. 

The Kirk management aspect might interest  viewers to re-view the series. James Kirk is a complex fictional character, as are Spock and others.

I am a fan but not a genuine "Trekkie," and hearing about the management style aspect intrigued me. The 2009 follow-on movie was good, I thought, and I watched it twice; the Captain's son was played by Chris Pine, and there was a return appearance by Leonard Nimoy.    

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Side-line: Today, 8 September 2012, on Book TV (I am a "c-Spannie"), Michael Beschloss is interviewed on topics of Presidents Lincoln and Johnson. 

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