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I said t'other day I hadn't the capability to create an article. I just proved myself wrong, and I'm happy. [User: Stripey].

A question for anyone who knows the answer...'cause I don't...if television vanished in 2040 and was replaced with stage plays (as I wrote in the article), then the entertainment medium known for being 3-dimensional and interactive, referenced that way in myriad episodes, including by B'Elanna when Tom got his television in their quarters, is...what? Do a crewmember's quarters have some sort of device they watch that is 3-dimensional and interactive? Is this what we see in 2254 in Pike's cabin? [User: Stripey].

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