Star Trek's Data Encounters The Blue Screen of Death
If you're a PC user, at some point you will encounter the dreaded Blue Screen of Death. It's the point where your computer has a nervous breakdown, and becomes catatonic. There are variations, like the Red Screen of Death and the Black Screen of Death, (and there is a Mac equivalent, so Lord Steve Jobs can't even save you) but the color has little relevance to the user. You're stuck with a useless lump of a computer, and you just cross your fingers, reboot, and hope it doesn't pop up again any time soon. Windows 7 seemed to be the answer to the BSoD, but no. It still happens, though more rarely (and it usually recovers quickly).
My friend, Stupid Monkey Planet knows of my great hate/hate relationship with BSoD, and found this wonderful animated gif that shows by the 24th century, Windows 75.5a will still have this problem. Star Trek: The Next Generation may have the sweet voice of the late Majel Barrett, but Lt. Commander Data will still have to deal with the Blue Screen of Death.