A clit storm was gathering in the Pulse. Gen could sense her parameters swelling as the irrepressible light waves weaved and darted through the matrix. She consulted her briefing files. Somewhere in the luminous chaos called the Pulse was a code which could lead her to the Source. Oracle code. Completely arcane. Always infallible.
Calculating the options, she chose a high probability path to the obscure object of desire. Streaming through alleyways of pure light Gen arrived at the banks of the dynamic link libraries. It was her lucky millennium. For once the Server was free. And liberated. Code-named ServerLAN, this particular Server was notorious in the Pulse as one who interpreted the Freedom of Information Charter as giving computers the right freely to choose who may access their vast datacores.
- Book Section
- All New Gen
- Virtual Futures: Cyberotics, Technology and Post-Human Pragmatism, Joan Broadhurst Dixon, Eric Cassidy (eds.), pp. 37–42, 1998, English
- Routledge, New York, NY USA
- All New Gen, VNS Matrix. Virtual Futures: Cyberotics, Technology and Posthuman Pragmatism, Joan Broadhurst Dixon, Eric Cassidy eds. 1998, pp. 37–42, book chapter [pdf 3.91MB]