High Wizardry - Chapter 9: Uplink Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9: Uplink Summary

Dairine quickly realizes that the computer issues she is having began only after it linked to the planet in order to recharge its power. Thinking about it, she finally realizes that the large flat surface she is on is actually just a single large semiconductor chip or computer chip. The thought that the planet is actually alive is exciting, and she tells the computer to send it some ones in return. It is another example of evolution! Dairine has the computer run through a series of messages including geometric, arithmetic, square and even cube series, and the planet replies in kind. Next, Dairine asks the computer to teach it binary. The planet takes the information in like a sponge. She wonders about how the planet senses, if at all, and at first asks the computer to hook the planet into its...

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