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Author Topic: Microsoft GWear (LANGUAGE)  (Read 641 times)

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Yeniaul

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Microsoft GWear (LANGUAGE)
« on: August 28, 2016, 08:33:12 pm »
This is going to end up a horror story set several years in the future. It's based on an idea a Microsoft employee had several years ago. It'll call upon lots of Microsoft stereotypes, so look out for those. There may or may not be secret teasers hidden in chapters for the next chapter.

(Teaser for first chapter below; currently writing block 1 of chapter 1)

It all started so innocently... Microsoft released the GWear, a brain interface for Windows. It was to solve the issue of people losing their ARCs (Augmented Reality Contacts). It was going to be an implant that provided an overlay to anything you see... and this happened. Microsoft released bad software, as usual. Their product crashed a lot, as usual. But what happens when their software crashes... while embedded in the human brain?

(Bad teaser cliffhanger is bad.)

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Re: Microsoft GWear (LANGUAGE)
« Reply #1 on: August 28, 2016, 08:59:58 pm »
But what happens when their software crashes... while embedded in the human brain?