Star Trek Stars
This is the latest in ATPM’s series of Trivia Challenges. Answers to this month’s Trivia Challenge will be found in the next issue of ATPM. If you have any suggestions for future Trivia Challenges, or wish to comment about almost anything, please e-mail me at email@example.com.
I would like to congratulate the winners of last month’s Trivia Challenge 5.05—Mac Mysteries: First Place, and winner of the Adobe GoLive 4.0 program is Adriano V. Bacuita Jr. Second Place goes to David Zapasnik, and the Third Place winner is Victor Yanagida. Thanks to all who participated.
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It was the original Star Trek TV Series that started the whole Star Trek phenomenon. The show eventually succeeded because the members of the cast seemed to fit their roles perfectly. It’s hard to imagine anyone doing a better job than they did in representing Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry’s dream of the future. See how you fare in identifying these TV pioneers as you take part in:
Trivia Challenge 5.06: Star Trek Stars
1. Who was Captain Kirk’s Yeoman? A. Christopher Pike 2. Who was the youngest Captain B. Uhura ever to command a Starship? 3. Who was the Helmsman of The C. Khan Noonien Singh Enterprise, and later Captain of The Excelsior? 4. Who is the Enterprise’s D. Gary Seven Communications Officer? 5. What Star Trek cast member E. Janice Rand directed the movie “Three Men and a Baby”? 6. Kirstie Alley played this Vulcan F. Zephram Cochrane in “The Wrath Of Khan.” 7. Exposure to Delta-rays disfigured G. Lt. Saavik and crippled this former captain. 8. Who supplies the voice for The H. James T. Kirk Enterprise’s computer? 9. Who was found in suspended I. David Gerrold animation on the S.S. Botany Bay? 10. What TV star played social worker J. Richard Daystrom Edith Keeler? 11. Who is Spock’s father? K. Majel Barrett 12. What doctor invented the M-5 L. Sarek multitronic computer? 13. Who discovered warp drive? M. Leonard Nimoy 14. Who wrote the famous episode N. Joan Collins “The Trouble With Tribbles”? 15. What time-traveller is immune O. Hikaru Sulu to the Vulcan Neck Pinch?
Each question has only one correct answer. The answers are stored in a hermetically sealed envelope guarded by a fierce Lhasa Apso named “Hammerli” who lives in our house.
Last Month’s Answers 5.05—Mac Mysteries
1. What Mac friend wrote “The Hitch E. Douglas Adams Hiker’s Guide To The Galaxy”? 2. Who is the author of the ATPM Q. Tom Iovino column “Apple Cider”? 3. Who is the creator of I. William Atkinson HyperCard? 4. Who founded the company J. John Garber Connectix Corp.? 5. What is the code name for the U. Spartacus 20th Anniversary Mac? 6. Who became the President and A. John Sculley CEO of Apple on April 8, 1983? 7. Who left Apple to found the T. Jean-Louis Gassée company Be, Inc.? 8. What is the nickname for P. Mozilla Netscape Navigator? 9. Who named a computer after his M. Steve Jobs daughter, Lisa? 10. What was the code name for R. Killer Rabbit Appleshare 3.0? 11. Who directed Apple’s famous 1984 O. Ridley Scott Super Bowl commercial? 12. Who created the popular Mercutio C. Ramon M. Feliciano MDEF? 13. Who is the author of “The Mac K. Owen Linzmayer Bathroom Reader”? 14. Who designed the “Blue Apple S. Marc Robinson Icons” for ATPM? 15. What was the development name D. Allegro for Mac OS 8.5? 16. Who was the first president H. Mike Scott of Apple Computer, Inc.? 17. What is another name for the V. Firewire IEEE 1394 technology? 18. In 1967, who wrote his thesis on W. Jef Raskin the “Quick-Draw Graphics System”? 19. What is the code name for the F. Veronica new Mac OS 8.6? 20. Who, with Arlo Rose, authored B. Greg Landweber the fabulous “Kaleidoscope”?
And the Secret Message was, of course, “ATPM ROCKS.” The most often missed question of those that got all the rest correct was #16. All of the wrong submissions thought incorrectly that Steve Wozniak was Apple’s first president. Of course it was Mike Scott.
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- Match-up Madness · December 2000
- VPs if You Please · November 2000
- TV Times · October 2000
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- Sibling Search · August 2000
- Sports Shorts · July 2000
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