World-disk Software
London (Old Earth) -based, Information Age corporation; World-disk Software was one of the first companies to introduce neural-networked file system compression. Browsing this file system was done via a 'library' interface, which, due to the unique compression systems would warp and wrap and distort all dimensions inside the construct. The only way to find your way around was with the aid of the Librarian daemon, who manifested in the shape of an enchanted orangutan. The software later became the model for the Alexandria II Bibliotech project.
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Development Notes
Text by Ernst Stavro Blofeld
Initially published on 12 December 2001.