Look, John, it was funny at first when you insisted on being called “Sulu,” but everyone’s pretty much tired of it, okay?  

This 1972 photo shows the Control Data 3500, which had recently been sold to Amtrak. Said the newspaper: “The order includes two computers and peripheral equipment to be used for reserved seats 24 hours a day on Amtrak trains.”  What it did for those seats is not specified, but that machine on the left seems to have the epxression of every Amtrak clerk I've ever dealt with.

Remember: your iPod has more storage capacity than everything in this room.