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Actually I liked quite a bit that the bridge was more designed on a
submarine model than the later Star Trek bridge model.  Add to
that other little details and it gives more a feel of a space going sub
than a true later trek star ship.

On 3 Oct 2001, at 13:52, Frank George Valoczy wrote:

> On Wed, 3 Oct 2001, Padraic Brown wrote:
>
> > Indeed, it seems to have a _lot_ of potential. Especially
> > with regards to (alternate) linguistics (obviously!),
> > sociology, history, etc.
> >
> > I'm disappointed that the ship and its innards looks like
> > Next Generation. Where are all the flashing lights and
> > buttons and knobs? I mean, the original Enterprise was
> > driven with an automobile shift lever! This thing is all
> > whiz bang touch screens.
> >
>
> Ah, but did you notice that the screens were made by Sony, and the
> computers were made by Apple? And as far as I could tell, the crew was
> pushing a lot of physical buttons.