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#1: Re: troll means....trawl ?

Posted on 2006-07-03 21:07:05 by Adam Funk

On 2006-07-03, Peter Moylan &lt;<a href="mailto:peter&#64;DIESPAMMERSozebelg.org" target="_blank">peter&#64;DIESPAMMERSozebelg.org</a>&gt; wrote:

&gt; Oops ... I didn't clearly see your &quot;with its Usenet meaning&quot;, and that
&gt; changes the question. In that case, I agree that it doesn't seem to have
&gt; leaked out into the world. Not much leaks out of Usenet these days,
&gt; because so many computers are sold without any newsreading software.
&gt; This might change now that Google Groups exists. There's probably
&gt; already a Wikipedia entry explaining how the word was first used in Star
&gt; Trek.

How was &quot;troll&quot; used in Star Trek?

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#2: Re: troll means....trawl ?

Posted on 2006-07-03 21:59:37 by dbd

Adam Funk &lt;<a href="mailto:a24061&#64;yahoo.com" target="_blank">a24061&#64;yahoo.com</a>&gt; wrote:
&gt;On 2006-07-03, Peter Moylan &lt;<a href="mailto:peter&#64;DIESPAMMERSozebelg.org" target="_blank">peter&#64;DIESPAMMERSozebelg.org</a>&gt; wrote:
&gt;&gt; Oops ... I didn't clearly see your &quot;with its Usenet meaning&quot;, and that
&gt;&gt; changes the question. In that case, I agree that it doesn't seem to have
&gt;&gt; leaked out into the world. Not much leaks out of Usenet these days,
&gt;&gt; because so many computers are sold without any newsreading software.
&gt;&gt; This might change now that Google Groups exists. There's probably
&gt;&gt; already a Wikipedia entry explaining how the word was first used in Star
&gt;&gt; Trek.
&gt;
&gt;How was &quot;troll&quot; used in Star Trek?

&quot;The Trouble With Trolls&quot;, duh duh doidy DUH.

Dave &quot;you know, where they kept multiplying when you fed them? And all they
wanted to give you was WUUUUUV?&quot; DeLaney
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#3: Re: troll means....trawl ?

Posted on 2006-07-04 11:37:28 by Adam Funk

On 2006-07-03, David DeLaney &lt;<a href="mailto:dbd&#64;gatekeeper.vic.com" target="_blank">dbd&#64;gatekeeper.vic.com</a>&gt; wrote:

&gt; &quot;The Trouble With Trolls&quot;, duh duh doidy DUH.
&gt;
&gt; Dave &quot;you know, where they kept multiplying when you fed them? And all they
&gt; wanted to give you was NETWORK ABUSE?&quot; DeLaney

IFYPFY.

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#4: Re: troll means....trawl ?

Posted on 2006-07-04 16:27:15 by Peter Moylan

Adam Funk wrote:
&gt; On 2006-07-03, Peter Moylan &lt;<a href="mailto:peter&#64;DIESPAMMERSozebelg.org" target="_blank">peter&#64;DIESPAMMERSozebelg.org</a>&gt; wrote:
&gt;
&gt;&gt; Oops ... I didn't clearly see your &quot;with its Usenet meaning&quot;, and
&gt;&gt; that changes the question. In that case, I agree that it doesn't
&gt;&gt; seem to have leaked out into the world. Not much leaks out of
&gt;&gt; Usenet these days, because so many computers are sold without any
&gt;&gt; newsreading software. This might change now that Google Groups
&gt;&gt; exists. There's probably already a Wikipedia entry explaining how
&gt;&gt; the word was first used in Star Trek.
&gt;
&gt; How was &quot;troll&quot; used in Star Trek?

Sorry, it was an obscure joke; a cross-thread reference. Elsewhere I had
commented on my dismay on discovering that there was a Wikipaedia
article on &quot;warp speed&quot; whose author seemed to think that that term had
never appeared in science fiction until _Star Trek_ started using it.

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Please note the changed e-mail and web addresses. The domain
eepjm.newcastle.edu.au no longer exists, and I can no longer
reliably receive mail at my newcastle.edu.au addresses.
The optusnet address still has about 2 months of life left.

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#5: Re: troll means....trawl ?

Posted on 2006-07-05 17:00:15 by Otto Bahn

&quot;David DeLaney&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:dbd&#64;gatekeeper.vic.com" target="_blank">dbd&#64;gatekeeper.vic.com</a>&gt; wrote

&gt;&gt;&gt; Oops ... I didn't clearly see your &quot;with its Usenet meaning&quot;, and that
&gt;&gt;&gt; changes the question. In that case, I agree that it doesn't seem to have
&gt;&gt;&gt; leaked out into the world. Not much leaks out of Usenet these days,
&gt;&gt;&gt; because so many computers are sold without any newsreading software.
&gt;&gt;&gt; This might change now that Google Groups exists. There's probably
&gt;&gt;&gt; already a Wikipedia entry explaining how the word was first used in Star
&gt;&gt;&gt; Trek.
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;How was &quot;troll&quot; used in Star Trek?

YHL.

&gt; &quot;The Trouble With Trolls&quot;, duh duh doidy DUH.
&gt;
&gt; Dave &quot;you know, where they kept multiplying when you fed them? And all they
&gt; wanted to give you was NONSENSE?&quot; DeLaney

IFYPFY.

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#6: Re: troll means....trawl ?

Posted on 2006-07-05 19:57:28 by Evan Kirshenbaum

Peter Moylan &lt;<a href="mailto:peter&#64;DIESPAMMERSozebelg.org" target="_blank">peter&#64;DIESPAMMERSozebelg.org</a>&gt; writes:

&gt; Sorry, it was an obscure joke; a cross-thread reference. Elsewhere I
&gt; had commented on my dismay on discovering that there was a
&gt; Wikipaedia article on &quot;warp speed&quot; whose author seemed to think that
&gt; that term had never appeared in science fiction until _Star Trek_
&gt; started using it.

Had it? The OED cites it back to a _Star Trek_ novel from 1977 and
then to the first Star Trek movie in 1979. &quot;Warp factor&quot; is also
cited back to _Star Trek_ (the first series, in this case, in 1968).
&quot;Warp&quot; itself (and &quot;space warp&quot;) go back quite a bit further, of
course.

The first hit (sort of) in the _LA Times_ is from 1974, but it, too,
is Star Trek-related:

[Arthur Rubin] watches Star Trek. But not like most fans.
&quot;... Their time warp speeds do not seem to be related to any
speeds relative to the normal state.&quot; [5/13/1974]

That's the only hit before 1980 ads inviting you to send in candy
wrappers for &quot;the official STAR TREK Action Fleet&quot;.

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