The Panorama Lounge is the hub of most of the activity, and there's almost always something going on here whenever passengers are onboard. It's the "theater" space for crew shows and local folkloric performances; the setting for lectures, workshops and passenger participation activities; and the primary bar, serving cocktails around the clock (and we mean that literally -- the bar is open all night!).
Live music is provided before and after dinner by a pianist, mostly playing classics from the Beatles, Simon and Garfunkel and the like. If you stay up late enough, you'll find that passengers are welcome to (and do) pick up the microphone and sing along, karaoke-style (Frank Sinatra's "My Way" was a staple ... every night). If you stay up even later, you might even find yourself utilizing the itty-bitty dance floor. During the day, destination-related books are available to borrow and read, as are printouts of compiled global news briefs, newspapers and magazines.
There aren't any computer stations onboard for passengers to use, but Wi-Fi is available throughout the ship. Both are free to use via a username and password that can be collected at the reception desk. Additionally, you can ask the cruise director to print out things like your airline boarding pass at the end of your cruise.
Passengers enter the ship through a main lobby that houses the reception desk and a small shop with postcards, trinkets, jewelry and a very meager allotment of personal items (so don't forget to pack, say, a hairbrush).