Here's how to make your resignation as a city councilman as memorable as possible (non-shameful division): write your whole resignation letter in Klingon. Trekkie and former city councilman David Waddell did exactly that, telling his mayor "chaq DaHjaj QaQ jaj paj", which apparently means 'perhaps today is a good day…
What better way to commemorate the debut of the Star Trek series on Netflix than with a Klingon-style coffee table? If you need inspiration, then check out Nick Woodrow's DIY project. It's fantastic.
Set your phasers to overkill and bring ensign Jimmy along as a decoy while we follow a band of fanboy survivors as they escape the horrors of GulfCon, site of the worst undead Trekkie outbreak this side of Fortune City.
d'Armond Speers isn't really a huge Star Trek fan. The reason he spoke only in Klingon during his son's first three years of life was to learn about language acquisition processs. Yeah, sure. What a petaQ. Updated: Speers wrote in.
You may think the weird Happy Meal bundling came during the '80s, but McDonalds was already busy making sure kids got their fix of movie-promotion McNuggets by 1979. Today is a good day to supersize.
U.K. security firm Sophos has re-released their Threat Detection Test software, but with a slight tweak to use the new Star Trek's popularity to its advantage: The software has been translated entirely into the Klingon language.
Cherry Keyboards' Klingon Language keyboard is the best way to write a love song, a love poem, a love sonnet, or a love threat on your computer, assuming your computer still has a PS/2 port.