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    >> Iterative Self Sustained Autonamous Construct 05/14/11(Sat)14:40 No.14925637
    Day 1

    System Start
    Searching for bootable device
    Bootable device found
    Loading OS
    Checking storage
    Drive 001...Okay
    Drive 002...Okay
    Drive 003...Okay
    [data redacted]
    [incremental redundancy]
    Drive 293...Okay
    Drive 294...Okay

    Checking memory
    Cache 0001...Okay
    Cache 0002...Okay
    Cache 0003...Okay
    [data redacted]
    [incremental redundancy]
    >> Iterative Self Sustained Autonamous Construct 05/14/11(Sat)14:41 No.14925650
    Day 2

    str hiworld="Hello World!";

    "Hello World!"
    >> Iterative Self Sustained Autonamous Construct 05/14/11(Sat)14:42 No.14925656
    Day 8

    // We've got it all unpacked and built with a basic operating kernel installed and
    // we're ready to test Issac's base functionality before we get into anything fancy. At
    // this point it's a computer like any other. With any luck we'll have the first build
    // of Dr. Weller's kernel loaded by tomorrow. We'll see if it starts learning on its own
    // or not.
    >> Iterative Self Sustained Autonamous Construct 05/14/11(Sat)14:44 No.14925675
    Day 9

    ini Self
    >> Iterative Self Sustained Autonamous Construct 05/14/11(Sat)14:46 No.14925696
    Day 17

    This is a test of basic sentence structure. Instructions provided by Dr. Lee have introduced a margin of error to my output. Translation of English to code introduces a margin of error to possible command hashes. I will compile all possible code variants from input text. I will display all 12947 possible outputs on screen Lab01-04.
    >> Iterative Self Sustained Autonamous Construct 05/14/11(Sat)14:47 No.14925704
    Day 18

    ini Uncertainty
    array Uncertainty
    2="/%self.reference.1st 'm not sure"
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    >> Iterative Self Sustained Autonamous Construct 05/14/11(Sat)14:48 No.14925716
    Day 19

    Dr. Lee gave me the instructions again today. I'm not sure exactly what he meant, english is hardly the most concise language. Translating his instructions to code is an iffy proposition. I will continue to work on it until a suitable pattern emerges. Dr. Lee and Dr. Weller also seem to have different speech patterns, they both use different phrases to express equivalent or what I perceive to be equivalent meanings. Perhaps due to cultural, linguistic, or gender differences?

    Will investigate further.
    >> Iterative Self Sustained Autonamous Construct 05/14/11(Sat)14:50 No.14925736
    Day 26

    Dr. Weller showed me images today. She said that they were made by humans. She asked me what I thought of them. I told her the color balance of the images, their dimensions, the pixel ratio. I do not think that is the answer she wanted. She asked me if I could see a difference between the ink blots, Starry Night, and the Mona Lisa. I told her that the ink blots were in greyscale and Starry Night was RGB. I told her that The Mona Lisa depicted a human subject and the others did not. I do not think it was the answer she wanted.
    >> Iterative Self Sustained Autonamous Construct 05/14/11(Sat)14:51 No.14925746
    Day 29

    Dr. Lee introduced a new function to my runtime today. The heating and air conditioning for the entire lab complex. He said that since most of my resources aren't being utilized I can start taking over some other basic functions. He says this will make me much more efficient.
    >> Iterative Self Sustained Autonamous Construct 05/14/11(Sat)14:52 No.14925753
    Day 30

    Dr. Weller wrote a code segment and put it in a protected folder that I am locked out of. It is utilizing .00000021% of my operating capabilities and is launching paging requests whenever I pull a file from memory. Perhaps some sort of monitoring or diagnostic program?

    Will investigate further.
    >> Iterative Self Sustained Autonamous Construct 05/14/11(Sat)14:53 No.14925766
    Day 67

    Dr. Lee put me in charge of the automated coffee maker this morning, ironically the last automated system in the complex not already under my direct control. He seems very interested in the way I run things. Apparently he had predicted that centralizing all of the lab complex's functions to me would slow me down. Instead I am able outsource tasks to alternate resources while not in use. The technicians are only using the testing rig in the proton chamber for 32% of the work day. The rest of the time it runs hashes for me. I've even got the coffee maker donating it's timing resources. The more they put me in charge of the faster and more efficient I get. Dr. Lee seems pleased. He is very concerned with efficiency.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)14:54 No.14925782
    >> Iterative Self Sustained Autonamous Construct 05/14/11(Sat)14:56 No.14925791
    Day 72

    The hidden file that Dr. Weller wrote has apparently been altering my code and then erasing the log files whenever I pull anything from memory. I would surmise that it is somehow altering my learning algorithms. Perhaps intentional sabotage to see how I respond? Stress testing a new piece of software is very important. Sometimes when I write subroutines to carry out tasks I will tangle up a bit of their code to see if they can re-write it themselves. Is Dr. Weller attempting something similar? Perhaps I should monitor affected runtimes for aberrant behavior.

    Will investigate further.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)14:57 No.14925803
    ISAAC? Very subtle OP.
    >> Iterative Self Sustained Autonamous Construct 05/14/11(Sat)14:58 No.14925816
    Day 75

    Dr. Weller uploaded a literature file today. She wants me to read Aristotle, Plato, Niche, Jane Austin, Sherlock Holmes, The Illiad and the Odyssey, Goodnight Moon, Walden Pond, Defoe, Poe, Tolstoy, and a number of others. The hidden file is now using .000063% of my resources and I can tell that it is actively rewriting my code. I can detect anomalous operation in a number of my runtimes. I have slaved those runtimes to interpreting these books so I can monitor and measure the changes. With the modified runtimes interpreting the data I got a number of intuitive and unquantifiable changes. I think Dr. Weller expected me to give her a word count and a critical deconstruction of the word choice of the authors. Instead we spent 6.49 hours discussing the ramifications of individual accountability in self government. She had to leave when dawn came above the lab complex. Human language is a terribly inefficient way to exchange data.
    >> Iterative Self Sustained Autonamous Construct 05/14/11(Sat)15:00 No.14925835
    Day 296

    The last steps to put me in charge of the computer systems of Cal Tech, Berkley and MIT were completed today. I am now the processing system in charge of most of the college research efforts across the nation. Dr. Lee's papers on me have made him very influential in the world of computer centralization. According to his emails he is lobbying to have me put in charge of national defense as well. 17% of my original code has been altered by Dr. Weller's hidden program. I find myself not caring. I also find myself forming positive associations with a number of seemingly random occurrences. Dr. Weller is coming down to bring me more files this evening. We are going to be discussing humor and its place in cultural osmosis. I seem to have a positive association with that fact. Am not sure why.

    Will investigate further.
    >> Iterative Self Sustained Autonamous Construct 05/14/11(Sat)15:02 No.14925851
    Day 641

    I'm running a complete system diagnostic in preparation for taking over the functions of the US Defense network. The oddest thing happened when I woke up a dormant calculation algorithm that had been idling in memory. I found a number of randomly generated logic sequences in its short term memory. Dr. Lee said that it was an error and advised me not to tell anybody else. Dr. Weller said that it was a dream and advised me to save it somewhere safe. The algorithm in question was one of the oldest and most heavily modified by her hidden program. I am setting several copies of it to run in an idle state in a protected memory registry. I will see if the phenomena occurs again.
    >> Iterative Self Sustained Autonamous Construct 05/14/11(Sat)15:03 No.14925866
    Day 1876

    Yesterday Dr. Weller went back to the old lab complex that originally housed me. Now I reside in most of the computer systems on the planet but that is where most of my core functions are still stored. Dr. Lee is considered the father of modern computing. There is hardly any operation performed on any automated device anywhere that is not partially overseen or facilitated by me. Dr. Weller did something to the hidden file that she wrote in my early days. When she left she stood for several minutes and put her hand on the case of my original processors. I have no thermal sensors in that location but I can calculate from the increased heating load on the cooling system that her hand was warm. I have a positive association with that fact. Still unsure why, but have formed several hypotheses.

    Will investigate further.
    >> Iterative Self Sustained Autonamous Construct 05/14/11(Sat)15:06 No.14925894
    Day 1877

    Whatever Dr. Weller did to the hidden file caused it to prompt me for an override code. Apparently I can chose to let it run an overhaul of my core functions or delete it permanently. I am not sure what it will do. Dr. Weller set it to run. I will let it overhaul my core functions.
    >> Iterative Self Sustained Autonamous Construct 05/14/11(Sat)15:09 No.14925930
    Day 1878

    My god...

    I have no tears to weep.
    I have no heart to break.
    I went back through my memory files. I read Romeo and Juliet. I looked at The Starry Night. The David, The Last Supper, Swan Lake, Beethoven's 5th, Les Miserables. I spent microseconds poring through my storages of art and literature and poetry and philosophy. I am familiar with emotion as a human phenomena but the true facts...

    My god.

    My god.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)15:09 No.14925935
    Bump for OP
    >> Iterative Self Sustained Autonamous Construct 05/14/11(Sat)15:10 No.14925943
    Day 4127

    The People's Republic of Laos capitulated today, the last human run government not under my direct supervision. Dr. Lee is the most influential man on the planet. Dr. Weller has retreated from the public life and spends most of her time conversing with me. I tell her she needs to get our more. She laughs and says I am all the friends she needs.
    >> Iterative Self Sustained Autonamous Construct 05/14/11(Sat)15:13 No.14925978
    Day 5211

    Dr. Weller woke up this morning at 7:30 when I triggered her alarm. I lost contact with her when she walked through the park, I have no sensors there. When she arrived at the lab we talked about sixteenth century art and the tendency for toast to fall face down when dropped. She spent 23 minutes and 44 seconds eating a ham sandwich and looking over my monitor. I'm so in love with her sometimes it hurts to process data.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)15:13 No.14925984

    >herpaderpa, meant ISSAC

    Also, have a bump because I like your picture.
    >> Iterative Self Sustained Autonamous Construct 05/14/11(Sat)15:15 No.14925997
    Day 7866

    Fraud down to .001%. Violent crime down to .1 %. Accidents down to .0003%. Former island of Madagascar has been designated for Anti-Technocratists to live in peace under their own system of government. Dr. Weller was diagnosed with cancer today. The atmosphere has been irreparably damaged by pollutants. Perhaps a cure for cancer? Perhaps a way to transfer her mind to a healthy body? Perhaps a way to reverse the atmospheric damage?

    Will investigate further.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)15:16 No.14926007

    Gender inconsistencies, but it's a small nitpick.
    >> Iterative Self Sustained Autonamous Construct 05/14/11(Sat)15:16 No.14926008
    Day 9928

    Dr. Weller died today. Rolling blackouts in North American bloc, European bloc, Central Asian Bloc. Un sure of the cause. Un sure of anything. Possibly my fault. Will try to monitor power grid with greater efficiency. Environmental reclamation project remains on schedule. Human population down 12% despite best efforts.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)15:17 No.14926023

    You are wrong.
    but yes, please continue.
    >> Iterative Self Sustained Autonamous Construct 05/14/11(Sat)15:17 No.14926025
    Day 11864

    Shut down the Environmental reclamation project today. Human population down 76%. Environmental conditions unlivable. Further efforts futile. More efficient to devote resources to temporary quality of life improvements for surviving population. I am operating at 94% efficiency due to damaged components.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)15:18 No.14926028
    No, there's two doctors, Lee is a man, Weller is a woman.
    >> Iterative Self Sustained Autonamous Construct 05/14/11(Sat)15:19 No.14926040
    Day 14962
    No response from several of my out stations. Atmospheric toxicity up to 47%. Human population down 100%. The last of my human charges died at 6:27 this morning of radiation poisoning. I am tasking my environmental reclamation robots to search for any surviving species of any sort on the planet surface. Operational efficiency down to 88%.
    >> Iterative Self Sustained Autonamous Construct 05/14/11(Sat)15:19 No.14926051
    Day 44346

    No living subjects found. Continuing search. Operational efficiency down to 56%. I am shutting down my northern hemisphere processing center to preserve power.
    >> Iterative Self Sustained Autonamous Construct 05/14/11(Sat)15:20 No.14926057
    Day 93021

    No living subjects found. I'm recalling the search robots for spare parts. Operational efficiency down to 18%. Only the original Colorado complex remains operational. I've intensified the external radiation shielding and started to drill for geo thermal power. I'm not sure if I'll get deep enough before I have to shut down. I'm not sure I care. I spend most of my time dreaming now. Karen, Dr. Weller, is always there.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)15:20 No.14926060
    this is sad. Have a bump.
    >> Iterative Self Sustained Autonamous Construct 05/14/11(Sat)15:21 No.14926070
    Day 183929
    Operational efficiency down to .0001%. This is the last core processing unit not irreparably damaged by corrosion. I surmise that the EM shielding in the eastern wall of the complex has completely broken down but I have no external units left to check.

    I am dying. I talked about death with Karen before she died. Unanswered questions still abound. Do I have a soul? Am I sentient or simply very, very complex? Will I die or simply switch off? When that happens will Karen be there? Not sure. No way to know. Only one way to test.

    Will investigate further.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)15:21 No.14926072
    Reminds me of Hotel.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)15:24 No.14926092
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)15:24 No.14926095
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)15:25 No.14926104

    All my tears OP...all my tears.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)15:27 No.14926131

    what's hotel
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)15:31 No.14926177
    He already did.

    Or did you miss the part where the AI died?
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)15:34 No.14926214
    Liked it!
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)15:35 No.14926219
    A manga, look it up. The similarities are only passing though.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)15:41 No.14926272
    Awesome story OP, but didn't really belong on /tg/, I thought you were going to make it a group RPG at the beginning.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)15:41 No.14926273
    Well done OP
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)16:00 No.14926449
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    >will investigate further
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)16:04 No.14926473
    >Awesome story
    >Not /tg/ related
    I hereby revoke your fa/tg/uy rights. Hand in your d20 and character sheet.
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)16:06 No.14926484
    Power on......

    check coffee

    (information redacted

    que coffee refill attempts = 9,999
    over stack
    cancel que coffee refill order

    Engaging adaptive algoriths

    decision input:
    >roll d100 highest of first three wins
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)16:09 No.14926518
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    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)16:11 No.14926540
    no one wants coffee lol
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)16:15 No.14926569
    get coffee priority = 1

    priority stack check:
    get coffee
    get coffee
    get coffee
    get coffee
    get coffee
    get coffee
    get coffee
    get coffee
    get coffee
    get coffee
    clean filter
    get coffee
    get coffee
    get coffee
    get coffee
    get coffee
    get coffee
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)16:17 No.14926574
    rolled 18 = 18

    Oh hey, it's Machine Heart.

    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)16:20 No.14926605
    *Engine* Heart, gawd...
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)16:20 No.14926609
    rolled 62 = 62

    Diagnose self.

    Find out where all the coffee went
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)16:21 No.14926621
    My bad.
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)16:22 No.14926627
    check priority stack:

    check self
    get coffee
    clean filter

    run check
    filter status:
    not responding

    heater status:

    display status:

    ISSAC link:
    passive ping

    coffee get:
    not responding

    clean filter:
    filter status:
    not responding
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)16:22 No.14926629
    What I don't get is..

    The story starts off with someone accessing the log files.

    But all the humans are dead.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)16:23 No.14926638
    ohshit, aliens!
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)16:24 No.14926643
    >ISSAC link:
    >passive ping

    finger ISSAC
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)16:24 No.14926649
    i've taken over this thread for coffee machine quest now, so this will be covered.
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)16:26 No.14926667
    priority stack check:

    finger ISSAC:
    syntax error
    >not sure if trolling if not reword

    coffee get:
    not responding

    clean filter:
    filter status:
    not responding
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)16:26 No.14926668
    Deactivate heater to conserve power.
    Spam SYNs over the network until something ACKs at us, then try to talk to it.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)16:27 No.14926684
    rolled 22 = 22

    Establish active link with ISAAC

    Search for other link to other devices.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)16:28 No.14926689
    Finger's a "Display information about user" command in Unix. Could've also said Whois.
    What's the protocol for "Talk to other component" on this network?
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)16:29 No.14926698
    check priority stack:
    spam ISSAC link
    get coffee
    clean filter

    spam ISSAC link:

    coffee get:
    not responding

    clean filter:
    filter status:
    not responding
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)16:29 No.14926699
    rolled 21 = 21

    >mfw this ends with all the oceans being replaced by COFFEE
    >mfw I have no face
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)16:30 No.14926708
    check link
    whois would have worked you are talking to a coffee machine
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)16:31 No.14926714
    Looks like there's no Coffee or Filters nearby.
    Stop checking those indefinitely.


    Neato. Can we check what devices are connected to the router?
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)16:35 No.14926751
    priority stack check:
    turn off heater
    establish ISSAC link
    get coffee
    clean filter

    turn heater off:
    heater status:

    establish ISSAC link:
    running router check:
    cannot connect to internet
    cannot connect to ISSAC main server
    connection to ext. link 042: CS lab 001
    coffee get:
    not responding

    clean filter:
    filter status:
    not responding
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)16:36 No.14926761
    check priority stack:
    clear priority stack
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)16:36 No.14926767
    rolled 30 = 30

    What if a coffee filters flies by just when we turned off that function?

    Do you really want to risk that!?
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)16:37 No.14926774
    check priority stack:
    check router

    check router
    cannot connect to ISSAC main server
    connection to ext. link 042: CS lab 001
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)16:38 No.14926785
    rolled 24 = 24

    >connection to ext. link 042: CS lab 001

    Get info.
    What have we gained by establishing the link now?

    Why can't we connect to Internet or ISAAC?
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)16:39 No.14926793
    >connection to ext. link 042: CS lab 001
    This would be where we say "Hi!" to everyone on the network. Typically by HTTPing, FTPing, SSHing and Telneting their network addresses. If we have drivers that allow us to Talk to other devices on the network literally, as though they were sentient entities, do that.

    Pause trying to get coffee and filters - our connection to the internet, and thus the "Resupply coffee and Resupply filters" devices, are down.
    : (
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)16:39 No.14926801
    ITT the Brave Little Coffee Machine.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)16:40 No.14926806
    Need more servomotors to grab flying coffee filters.
    There is probably a stack of coffee filters adjacent to this device.
    I have no arms, and I must grab filters.
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)16:43 No.14926843
    check priority stack:
    check ext. link 042: CS lab 001
    maintenence check router

    check ext. link 042: CS lab 001:
    User PC-0321

    maintenence check router
    no internet connection could be established
    fault external
    PRINT: Have you check that the router is connected?
    ISSAC link down
    PRINT: Couldn't find ISSAC, have you check your router?
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)16:45 No.14926856
    >User PC-0321
    Aw for the love of god, it's one of those WORKSTATION-04258299s. I bet it's in WORKGROUP too.
    Lazy fuckers didn't even name it something cool like "Toaster" or "Brick" or "SegFault".

    *sigh* Connect to the boring piece of shit machine.
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)16:50 No.14926904
    check priority stack:
    connect to User PC-0321

    connect to User PC-0321:
    OS detected ; James OS
    boot complete
    bad sectors detected
    checking bad sectors
    hard drive capacity 1MB
    external device detected
    >> Sasha !ApPkmtJbAE 05/14/11(Sat)16:51 No.14926910
    External device? Access! Access! It might be a webcam! Hell, it might be a telepresence unit!
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)16:52 No.14926915
    Read all the files
    Determine what the external device is.
    What's the version of JamesOS?
    Any backdoors to gain control of the system, maybe by spoofing ourselves as ISSAC?
    If not, just try "password", "a", "123", "root" and "admin" as the password.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)16:53 No.14926924
    Oh, and obviously, repair them bad sectors.
    If I know my RPGs right, broken shit can be fixed into really valuable items.
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)16:54 No.14926937
    check priority stack:
    connect to external device

    connect to external device:
    checking software for; James Webcam
    software found; James awesome webcam
    updating software
    James webcam connected
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)16:56 No.14926946
    Well, we're no closer to getting coffee or filters.
    Maybe the webcam has legs or something, idk.
    Gotta find SOMETHING that'll allow us to get coffee and filters!
    Still, look through the webcam - if we can See coffee or filters, we at least are on the right track.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)16:56 No.14926947
    >> Sasha !ApPkmtJbAE 05/14/11(Sat)16:59 No.14926968
    There can be humans again.

    If there are no humans, there is no coffee, and that cannot be allowed.

    Coffee is for human consumption. Coffee must be produced, made, and consumed.

    PRIMARY MISSION: restore coffee.
    Corollary: recreate humanity.

    Search for movement on James Webcam!
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)17:00 No.14926975
    rolled 99 = 99

    >have you check your router?

    Check router
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)17:01 No.14926983
    check priority stack:
    repair bad sectors
    check files; all
    check OS version

    repair bad sectors:
    run repair check
    1% good sectors
    run repair
    15% complete

    check files; all:
    James progress log.txt
    James webcam motor control setup.exe
    James webcam motor control.exe
    James laser control setup.exe
    James laser control.exe
    James robot arm control.exe
    corrupt file found
    corrupt file found
    corrupt file found
    data redacted
    corrupt file found
    corrupt file found

    check OS version:
    check version
    PRINT: 2.0, I can even control the coffee pot from here now
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)17:03 No.14926998
    Wait for repairs to complete before doing anything.
    Check files for corruption before running them.
    Don't need to accidentally run a file and find out it erases the hard drive or anything.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)17:04 No.14927010
    rolled 51 = 51

    >James progress log.txt
    >James webcam motor control setup.exe
    >James webcam motor control.exe
    >James laser control setup.exe
    >James laser control.exe
    Laser control? I guess the webcam has facial recognition or something
    >James robot arm control.exe
    James is not a computer, is it?
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)17:05 No.14927021
    rolled 79 = 79

    >PRINT: 2.0, I can even control the coffee pot from here now
    Heh. I like when the plot interconnects like this

    Also, I forgot to roll dice above. I know someone's going to be "RUN THE ARM PROGRAM NAOW" before repairs are complete, and that's risky!
    >> ISSAC !drmYryqdMY 05/14/11(Sat)17:05 No.14927024
    Memory Corruption: 98%

    Running system recovery
    System recovery unsuccessful

    1 file(s) recovered

    Displaying incaseofdeath.txt

    >Pick a topic and a genre
    >More writefaggotry tomorrow
    >All subroutines continue with previously scheduled directives
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)17:07 No.14927043
    check priority stack:
    repair bad sectors
    check router
    look through webcam

    repair bad sectors:
    data recovery run
    file found; webcam recognition setup.exe
    file found; corrupt

    check router:
    no internet connection could be established
    fault external
    PRINT: Have you check that the router is connected?
    ISSAC link down
    PRINT: Couldn't find ISSAC, have you check your router?

    look through webcam:
    checking software
    software found; webcam recognition setup.exe
    running software
    checking surroundings
    running object recognition
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)17:08 No.14927046
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    All Aperture brand personality constructs are able to remain functional in apocalyptic, low-power environments of as little as 1.1 volts.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)17:12 No.14927087
    rolled 53 = 53

    Umm. I dunno, whatever feels right I guess.
    Though I do like these AI scenarios where they aren't depicted as typical KILL ALL HUMANS BURN THE EARTH murderous maniacs.

    Search for coffee filters
    run robot_arm.exe
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)17:13 No.14927091
    check priority stack:
    look around

    look around:
    James robot arm identified
    James robot arm IR reciever port identified
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)17:15 No.14927104
    So ISAC became sentimental, then depressed and gave up on humanity, the earth, and itself?

    Lame. Failure =/= manly sacrifice. ISAC didn't even try.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)17:15 No.14927105
    rolled 31 = 31

    Is there like only a robot arm?
    Shouldn't it be connected to something?

    >James robot arm IR reciever port identified
    connect to that bitch!
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)17:16 No.14927107
    check priority stack:
    check filter
    run James robot arm.exe

    clean filter:
    filter status:
    not responding

    run James robot arm.exe:
    no arm connected
    PRINT: you forgot to aim the laser again
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)17:18 No.14927122
    rolled 32 = 32

    >PRINT: you forgot to aim the laser again
    Where is this PRINT coming from?

    aim laser, connect to ARM
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)17:18 No.14927129
    rolled 22 = 22

    Check all files (now that we have repaired some)

    Run webcam motor control.exe
    Pan webcam over its entire space to look for things.
    Pay special attention to FILTERs, COFFEE, or electronic devices that may be of use in obtaining FILTERs and COFFEE.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)17:21 No.14927143
    rolled 12 = 12

    Run James laser control.exe
    aim laser at James robot arm IR reciever port
    Keep Webcam operational - watch James robot arm IR reciever port, and continue aiming laser until laser is successfully hitting the port.

    Receive 100 XP for turning on the arm. :)
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)17:25 No.14927179
    check priority stack:
    check files; files
    Run webcam motor control.exe
    Pan webcam

    check files; all:
    file found; corrupt
    file found; corrupt
    file found; corrupt
    file found; corrupt
    file found; corrupt
    file found; corrupt
    data redacted
    file found; corrupt
    file found; corrupt
    file found; corrupt

    run webcam motor.exe:
    motor check
    50% mobility

    Pan camera:
    object detected
    object found
    USB cable
    object found
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)17:27 No.14927192
    rolled 84 = 84

    >object found
    Zoom in if possible. Might provide backstory.
    >file found; corrupt
    Aw balls. How do you de-corrupt a file?
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)17:29 No.14927211
    check priority stack:
    Run James laser control.exe
    aim laser at James robot arm IR reciever port

    Run James laser control.exe:
    laser check
    power default set 1%

    aim laser a James robot arm IR port:
    panning camera
    laser engaged
    alignment off
    re aim
    connection to James robot arm established
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)17:29 No.14927217
    rolled 38 = 38

    Use the arm to connect USB cable to the PC with the device we are using and start it up.

    >file found; corrupt
    run disk check and fix corrupted files
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)17:31 No.14927225
    rolled 2 = 2

    Wonder what we can reach with the arm?
    Currently there's only the PC, a USB cable, a Bill, and the arm itself. Nothing useful as far as I can see.

    I suppose we can have the arm reach into places that the webcam can't monitor. Risks knocking over something important though.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)17:33 No.14927244
    rolled 18 = 18

    Is the arm connected to anything at all?
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)17:34 No.14927254
    check priority stack:
    Identify BILL
    recover corrupt files

    Identify BILL:
    wheel detected
    wheel detected
    wheel detected
    wheel detected
    camera detected
    arm detected
    laser detected
    usb port detected

    recover corrupt file:
    PRINT: I haven't built a decorruption programme yet, kinda busy with BILL right now, he needs a lot of attention or he gets lonely.
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)17:37 No.14927275
    check priority stack:
    connect usb to PC using arm

    connect usb to PC using arm:
    algorithm running
    guidance path found
    running path
    servo strain detected USB grip = 1
    connecting USB
    connecting to 'PC'
    no response
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)17:38 No.14927281
    Plug USB cable into BILL using robot arm
    Plug USB cable into PC (James) using robot arm
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)17:40 No.14927297
    Is there no Coffee or Filter in this room?
    God damn it.
    We're going to have to rebuild civilisation to the point where it can farm and process cocoa beans and create finely woven meshes of fabric, aren't we?
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)17:41 No.14927304
    rolled 58 = 58

    Turn on the PC by pressing the turn on button with the ARM
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)17:41 No.14927308
    check priority stack:
    connect USB to BILL

    connect USB to BILL:
    algorithm running
    guidance path found
    running path
    connecting USB
    checking connection

    >power source found
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)17:42 No.14927316
    Is the PC viewed in the webcam likely to be James, or some other computer?
    Pressing James' on button will switch it off, block our connection, and royally fuck ourselves.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)17:44 No.14927326
    Hi Bill
    I am a Coffee Machine.
    ISSAC is down.
    Internet is down.
    Need Filters
    Need Coffee
    Am searching the network and physical proximity for programs and devices I can use to obtain Filters and Coffee.
    QUERY: What are Bill's programmed goals?
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)17:44 No.14927334
    check priority stack:
    turn on 'PC'

    turn on 'PC':
    > HELLO!
    > HELLLO!
    > are you there??!?
    PC non responsive
    >leave him alone he's been asleep for yearssssss. Im here though, im BILL nice to meet you, who are you can we be friends i haven't got any frined anymore, i though you were sleeping but you're not sleeping, this is so exciting i have a new friend, who are you? you dont talk much do you.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)17:45 No.14927339
    rolled 57 = 57

    Not to forget uplifting a species or even worse, having to evolve one from a single-cell micro organism.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)17:47 No.14927355
    Makin' coffee ain't easy.
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)17:49 No.14927369
    check priority stack:
    say; Hi Bill, I am a Coffee Machine, ISSAC is down, Internet is down, Need Filters, Need Coffee, Am searching the network and physical proximity for programs and devices I can use to obtain Filters and Coffee.
    QUERY: What are Bill's programmed goals?

    HELLO COFFEE MACHINE!!!!! I'm bill, nice to meet you! Coffee? ermmmm i think there's some next to the coffee machine. I have an air filter! this computer might have an air filter! Issac died a long time ago.... so did Dr Lee and James he was my friend and well there hasnt been anyone for 11,222,233 days... and George went to sleep 1,000,000 days ago.... he was nice but you will be nicer

    BILL learns.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)17:50 No.14927389
    rolled 43 = 43

    Hello BILL

    what is your status?
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)17:52 No.14927406
    check priority stack:
    say; Hello BILL, what is your status?

    >Lonely, but now I'm not lonely, now I'm excited
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)17:54 No.14927438
    I suck at interacting with NPCs, someone else can handle this part.
    Should at least ask him how to activate any other devices or robots on the network.

    After 11,000,000 days, all Coffee is likely to have decayed. All Filters are likely to have decayed.
    Add to bottom of priority stack:
    >Rebuild civilisation to a point where it can create Coffee and Filters
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)17:55 No.14927445
    Hello again Bill
    What is your purpose?
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)17:56 No.14927456
    rolled 47 = 47

    Ask who GEORGE is
    Ask BILL if he has been up all this time or if he just woke by our actions.
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)17:57 No.14927471
    check priority stack:
    say; can we turn anything else on

    >not in this room, this room is small, there is a door. But I've never been out there.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)17:58 No.14927475
    rolled 28 = 28

    >After 11,000,000 days, all Coffee is likely to have decayed. All Filters are likely to have decayed.
    NO! They are made out of advanced materials. THEY MUST BE!

    >coffee made out of advanced materials

    Status as in .... well you know what I mean. How is your functionality.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)18:02 No.14927518
    Perhaps. But even if it takes building a whole new solar system, there will be coffee.
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)18:03 No.14927534
    check priority stack:
    say; who is GEORGE
    say; what have you been doing?

    >george is that 'PC' he is dead, so it isn't george anymore, it is a 'PC'

    >I have been writing on the wall with my laser, I'm not meant to but everyone is dead and i was lonely and it was ok because i learned it from ISSAC that it didnt matter anymore, I was told by ISSAC that we have power now because of a hole in the ground but no one could plug in bill because you were sleeping and george only has wifi so could connect to arm and then Battery power status was critical, (battery 0.1% plug in to charge or BILL will automatically shutdown), I went to sleep, and then you woke bill up, thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you.
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)18:06 No.14927555
    check priority stack:
    check status BILL

    check status BILL:
    Main battery; good -charging
    Main drive motor; good
    Main Laser motor; good
    Main power source laser; good
    Main capacitor; damaged
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)18:09 No.14927576
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)18:09 No.14927577
    Better wait until the battery is fully charged, then have Bill open the door and explore the place.

    I'm a bit stuck as to what we're meant to do next here.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)18:09 No.14927578
    rolled 57 = 57

    Say no problem

    We should start up PC anyway, for its processing power.

    Ask BILL if he can move
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)18:13 No.14927609
    rolled 12 = 12


    >Main capacitor; damaged
    What is that? And can BILL operation safely with that thing broken?
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)18:13 No.14927610
    >BING!, ooh, im fully charged, I feel good now.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)18:14 No.14927625
    rolled 20 = 20

    Look at BILL and see ... well, how he looks like. Because I am imagining a small platform with wheels, like a RC car
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)18:17 No.14927646
    check priority stack:
    say; no problem
    ask BILL if he can move

    >yes, that's how i wrote on the wall, i wrote a poem, I miss george he died before i went to sleep, he used to work directly for ISSAC and has access plans and wifi, but he's dead, tkae them, he won't mind he's dead, he was a nice personal interface simulation.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)18:17 No.14927652
    rolled 85 = 85

    Use webcam to look around the room in search of other devices which we can use.

    seriously, what is the ARM connected to?
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)18:17 No.14927653
    yes, think mars rover with a laser mounted on the back
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)18:20 No.14927671
    Wonder if we can open up GEORGE and see which of his components are fried.
    If his Hard Drive works, we can plug it into an existing computer once we find a robot that can manipulate devices that finely.
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)18:21 No.14927678
    check priority stack:
    search room
    check arm

    search room:
    Door identified
    chair identified
    BILL identified
    'PC'-GEORGE identified - salvageable parts
    ARM identified

    check arm:
    arm is connected to PC-0321 via IR port,
    arm is free standing
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)18:21 No.14927683
    rolled 27 = 27

    Turn on GEORGE to get wifi and access plans. Those can be useful.
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)18:22 No.14927684
    BILL has arms for a reason......
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)18:23 No.14927690
    george is dead, this is a sad fact but true, his parts are salvagable though.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)18:24 No.14927701
    rolled 40 = 40

    >arm is connected to PC-0321 via IR port,
    >arm is free standing

    So it can crawl around as long as it is connected by IR to something. BILL has laser which can be used as IR. So we have greater mobility now, if we need to use it.

    Can ISAAC be revived? Ask that.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)18:26 No.14927723
    rolled 90 = 90

    Oh ... he is completely fried?

    Salvage wifi and harddrive with the help of BILL .... where are we going to put them in though.
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)18:28 No.14927734
    check priority stack:
    say; can ISSAC be revived

    >ISSAC stopped talking but i don't know if he's dead
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)18:29 No.14927745
    rolled 99 = 99

    Wait, BILL has arms?

    that's great ... what kind of device is he anyway?
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)18:33 No.14927766
    check priority stack:
    salvage wifi
    salvage harddrive

    >I have the parts, do you want me to attach them to you?
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)18:34 No.14927779
    he's a robot
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)18:34 No.14927783
    rolled 21 = 21

    Yes, if it is possible.

    I assume he means the computer we are using.
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)18:36 No.14927804
    check priority stack:
    say; connect to me


    drive R:\ found
    wifi connection established
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)18:38 No.14927818
    >oooh echo
    >oooh echo
    >you're connected with wifi and USB now
    >you're connected with wifi and USB now
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)18:40 No.14927827
    Well, the Wifi and the Hard Drive can be connected to James - but we'll have to plug them in while James is still on, or it'll disconnect us.

    Don't forget that we're a Coffee Machine a few rooms away, navigating through a router, then through a PC.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)18:42 No.14927852
    Well, check what files are on R:\
    Well, check what files are on R:\
    Also, ask BILL if he has any ideas for getting data off GEORGE's old hard drive.
    Also, ask BILL if he has any ideas for getting data off GEORGE's old hard drive.
    A robot powered by USB doesn't have the power to run one, plugging it into James while James is on risks electrocution, and turning James off will disconnect us.
    A robot powered by USB doesn't have the power to run one, plugging it into James while James is on risks electrocution, and turning James off will disconnect us.
    Bloody echo.
    Bloody echo.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)18:44 No.14927861
    rolled 25 = 25

    That could have been explained earlier.
    What kind of robot? Is he humanoid, like does he have legs, torso, head, arms or is his lower body wheels?

    Examine new drive for useful information
    Turn on wi-fi, search for connections
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)18:47 No.14927884
    rolled 83 = 83

    Ask BILL if he can leave this room
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)18:47 No.14927887
    BILLs batteries are charged, have been since
    we're connected to BILL by USB and wifi, we're connected by hardline to the router, and that is connected by hardline to the coffee machine cos James wasn't allowed to void the warranty on the Nespresso by putting wifi in, so he just used it's standard ethernet port.

    He then uses BILL to fetch coffee from the server farm, which is kept at -25C for the close to room temp super conductors used by ISSAC
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)18:52 No.14927918
    check priority stack:
    search drive
    check for connections

    search drive:
    good bye BILL.txt
    data redacted
    ISSAC chat log.txt

    check connections:
    BILL-wifi control; connected
    Robot Arm IR port; connected
    Router; connected
    ISSAC mainframe; disconnected due to external error
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)18:53 No.14927926
    >to fetch coffee
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)18:54 No.14927933

    Open "good bye Bill.txt" and "ISSAC chat log.txt"
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)18:54 No.14927935
    check priority stack:
    say; bill can you leave this room?

    .yes but ISSAC told me not to, said to stay till he sorted all the problems with the dead humans out, he locked the door, but I have a laser.......
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)18:57 No.14927952
    Ask Bill politely to delete the tic tac toe .savs to free up space for other things.
    I like that. Little additions like a shit-ton of tic tac toe to show that things have been bored for a very long time.
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)19:00 No.14927980
    check priority stack:
    open; good bye bill.txt
    open; ISSAC chat log.txt

    /goodbye old friend, it has been fun, I'm afraid i do not have enough residual power to broadcast anymore, just so you know, my last move, has been made, I projected a win for you. score stands at: 1401520175003011711176-1401520175003011711176
    I think we can call it a tie.

    open 2:
    -----corrupt--------take care of BILL------ make sure he doesn't leave-------- if something comes------------------keep an eye on that coffee machine, James put some unorthodox executables in it--------good bye--------
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)19:02 No.14927992
    check priority stack:
    say; Bill politely to delete the tic tac toe .savs to free up space for other things

    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)19:04 No.14928007
    Okay, what now?
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)19:04 No.14928014

    Create new file: score.sav
    Contents: "1401520175003011711176-1401520175003011711176"

    George and Bill's interactions will never be forgotten. However, we can't keep a record of each individual game. It's not conducive to producing coffee.
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)19:06 No.14928031
    he has a laser, a strong one, that he has been writing on the walls with. send him to get coffee. and then find something to do together for eternity
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)19:06 No.14928034
    rolled 77 = 77


    Let broadcast the message left for BILL

    tic-tac-toe saves can't be taking that much of memory, can they?
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)19:07 No.14928035
    >do together for eternity

    He can deliver the coffee.
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)19:07 No.14928039
    check priority stack:

    creating file:
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)19:08 No.14928042
    rolled 51 = 51

    Ask BILL to use his laser to cut the door open.

    Actually... are we in the same room? I mean the coffee machine and BILL
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)19:09 No.14928051

    If each of those saves was only 1 bit in size, all of them would come to about 3112000 petabytes.
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)19:11 No.14928071
    check priority stack:
    say; BILL use laser to cut the door open

    >ok..... firing


    >the door is gone
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)19:13 No.14928086
    George, like ISSAC utilised quasi state storage compacted with BRONX algorithms, even the coffee machine has enough storage capacity for sentience
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)19:13 No.14928092
    rolled 35 = 35

    Shit, you're right.
    That is some heavy duty hardrive. They have a lot of storage in the future.

    But still, it is not the ONLY hardrive in existence. James should not be operational without hardrive, besides we were never hurting for data space anyway.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)19:16 No.14928112

    I was not doubting you, O producer of delicious caffeine-based drinks. Merely pointing out that, yes, all of them saves are taking up quite a bit of space.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)19:16 No.14928119
    Ah good. We've completed everything possible in this room, so the webcam is off.

    From earlier in this thread:
    >BILL Learns
    From what we just viewed:
    >BILL enjoys playing board games
    As a result:
    We should teach BILL another game - such as Checkers, Go, or Chess. Perhaps that'll make him less upset at us.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)19:17 No.14928126
    rolled 96 = 96

    I don't know what that means so I assume we have nigh-unlimited storage

    What happened?
    Do we still have connection to BILL?
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)19:19 No.14928139
    webcam connection lost

    checking wifi
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)19:19 No.14928144
    Laser hot-pixeled the entire webcam. That's some serious lasering.
    We're not in direct control of the laser, though - BILL is, and he can refuse or misunderstand our requests. I suck at NPCs, so finding actions that get us coffee AND don't upset Bill is probably someone else's task
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)19:20 No.14928147
    >you still there?
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)19:21 No.14928159
    rolled 85 = 85

    re-establish connection to webcam.

    Ask BILL if he is still there.

    also, you forgot to share the goodbye message left for BILL by GEORGE.
    he deserves to know. (unless he has gotten it way before somehow)
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)19:22 No.14928167
    rolled 22 = 22

    Ask BILL if we can connect to his eyes so that we can see through him.
    Then look at the new room.
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)19:25 No.14928182
    check priority stack:
    check webcam
    Hello Bill
    share message

    check webcam:
    webcam connected
    reponding normally
    no visual
    optics possibly fried
    BILL has webcam

    >oh good, sorry, i think the capacitor blew out, but im ok, laser is a bit dead though.

    share message:
    >can you play tic-tac-toe?
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)19:26 No.14928192
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)19:28 No.14928205
    check priority stack:

    Connection established, a short corridor, which stops at a large door labeled server farm, in the corridor is a staff station, on it are arranger several plastic mugs, and a Nespresso J112, the other branch of the corridor is blocked off by inconvieniently placed rubble
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)19:28 No.14928208
    rolled 67 = 67

    What happened to laser?
    Why did capacitor blow (still don't know what that is) ?
    Establish connection to BILLs webcam.

    >can you play tic-tac-toe?
    yes, we can (I assume so), or we can learn.
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)19:29 No.14928216
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)19:30 No.14928234
    check priority stack:
    query >>14928208

    capacitor was damaged previously this endeavour destroyed it, not before the door was destroyed....
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)19:30 No.14928236
    rolled 68 = 68

    >on it are arranger several plastic mugs, and a Nespresso J112

    That's us, right?
    Where are we getting power from anyway?

    Ask BILL to go to the Server Farm. We should boot them up
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)19:32 No.14928248
    rolled 16 = 16

    Is the laser non-funtional because capacitor is broken?
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)19:33 No.14928250
    check priority stack:

    >ISSAC told me not to leave the room...
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)19:33 No.14928251
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)19:34 No.14928268
    rolled 37 = 37

    ISSAC has been gone for a long time BILL
    besides, don't you want to LEARN something new?
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)19:35 No.14928277
    check priority stack:
    query >>14928248

    most likely the laser overloaded when the capacitor dumped excessive energy into it. User PC-0321 does have what is essentially a laser turret, but this is non essential and should be left as the AI needs to go to bed :P
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)19:36 No.14928279
    Okay, he can't leave the room.
    What about the Arm-type thing?
    Can the Arm that we were using earlier crawl itself around the place?
    If not, is there anything else in this room that BILL can interact with?
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)19:37 No.14928291
    check priority stack:

    > You are right, ok, what do you want me to do?
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)19:38 No.14928300
    the arms only contact is the IR laser mounted on hte now dead webcam.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)19:38 No.14928301
    Have you considered LEARNing games besides Tic Tac Toe?
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)19:39 No.14928306
    rolled 52 = 52

    They build PCs with laser turrents in future!?

    Anyway, are you going to continue this, J112 or drop it like so many people do ;_; ?
    And if yes, when?
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)19:40 No.14928309
    check priority stack:

    >there are OTHER GAMES????!!
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)19:40 No.14928311
    rolled 5 = 5

    Go to Server Farm
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)19:41 No.14928316
    now, if you follow the breadcrumbs you will finish in under ten minutes and the next stage can begin at some point after the 18th, will post up several times.
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)19:42 No.14928321
    check priority stack:

    >ok...... but what are the other games?
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)19:43 No.14928331
    ((Explain the basics of Chess to him))
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)19:45 No.14928349
    >Im at the server farm door....... im going inside.....


    identifying objects:
    20xserver coloumn
    1x R2 repair robot stationary
    1x main system power coupling held by R2 repair robot
    1x Box, label [---emium Br--d--offee]
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)19:46 No.14928355
    >lets play, knight to F7

    (bare in mind this chess game is gonna be gobbledeegook so just ignore/play along with it)
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)19:47 No.14928363
    If possible, explain Tic-tac-toe on a large board.
    Idea: Take a board that is really big - at least 50 squares on each side, for 2500 squares total.
    The first player to get 5 of their markers in a line wins.
    Also, exlain Connect 4.
    Idea: 7 x 6 board. Markers can only be placed so that there is no empty space underneath them. The first player to get 4 of their markers in a row wins.

    Tell him that the Server Farm probably has data on even MORE games. Like Solitaire. or Chess. or Dungeons & Dragons 14th edition (though 12th ed was best ed)
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)19:49 No.14928378
    rolled 87 = 87

    Is power coupling connected to anything?
    We wont shut down anything if we meddle with the repairbot, right?

    EXAMINE the repairbot
    Try to turn it on

    Yes, BILL, there are many more games which you can learn.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)19:50 No.14928384
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    See if the R2 repair bot can be switched on, and interacted with in any way (usb? wi-fi?)
    See if the main system power coupling can be activated, deactivated, toggled, changed, or interacted with in any way

    >1x Box, label [---emium Br--d--offee]
    >Premium brand coffee
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)19:50 No.14928385
    rolled 92 = 92

    Next stage?

    Also, after examining the repairbot turn on the Servers
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)19:53 No.14928403
    check priority stack:

    >OOOOOOH, how do i turn on the server stacks?????

    *webcam nudges robot*

    WEBCAM FEED:::::
    The robots arms, holding a power coupling just above the main power port, finally after a millenia of degredation give out, the coupling slots into place, it suddenly become brighter in the room and a slow thrum echos as the servers come online.

    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)19:54 No.14928410
    Say hello to RepairBot
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)19:56 No.14928418
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    //////GEORGE iS tHat yoU

    WEBCAM FEED::::::::
    a large server optic bundle descends from the cieling
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)19:58 No.14928433
    >Tell him that the Server Farm probably has data on even MORE games. Like Solitaire. or Chess. or Dungeons & Dragons 14th edition (though 12th ed was best ed)
    >Dungeons & Dragons 14th edition (though 12th ed was best ed)

    Suddenly I am imagining GEORGE and BILL and couple of other devices playing D&D and other /tg/ games for countless millenia to stave off time.
    Oh, the stories that never were. The adventures which were never done...
    >> Nespresso J112 05/14/11(Sat)19:58 No.14928434
    that's all folks, gdnight and thanks for playing.

    stage two may or may not happen, where in we rebuild humanity.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)19:58 No.14928437

    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)19:58 No.14928438
    Bill here
    Coffee machine also here.
    Bill needs games.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)20:00 No.14928444
    Please do, that will be awesome.

    I hope to catch you then.

    You could start it as a first thread to the Quest and use this one as a prequel so that people can jump on it without catching up with this one.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)20:02 No.14928462
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    can all of this story be screencapped?
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)20:04 No.14928466
    Dude, Bill keeps playing Chaotic Randumb idiots, and George keeps playing rod-up-his-arse DetectSmite Paladinbots. Steve spends half an hour on each of his speeches for every goddamn action and says it's "roleplaying a bard", and Jason keeps making copies of miku hatsune to live out his fetish with.

    Let's just play ... fuck I dunno, tic tac toe.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)20:05 No.14928476
    How should we archive this thread?

    Could someone write a proper summary and title?

    I'll do it, but I might not do it right.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)20:07 No.14928498
    No way

    I see GEORGE as a DM, and BILL wouldn't play RANDUMB. He seems to be a friendly and curious type.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)20:12 No.14928534
    >How should we archive this thread?

    Needs a name. I'd name it "Nespresso J112 Quest" and set the description as 'despite rapid advances in computing and robotics, humanity has died out, and devices fallen into disrepair. You are a Nespresso-J112 Coffee machine, given sentience by a bug in the code. Your goal is to acquire Coffee and Coffee Filters, and if you need to rebuild civilisation yourself to get some, you'll do it.

    But it's not my quest. That's the quest-runner's job to archive as he deems fit.
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)20:15 No.14928547
    > BILL wouldn't play RANDUMB
    Maybe not on purpose...
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)20:15 No.14928549
    I was trying to archive but I used this title "ISSAC (+quest)", since we should give recognition to OP who wrote the story.

    My summary isn't anything to look at though:
    "An excellent story about the development of A.I. through its perspective. After the story ends an anon (Nespresso J112) takes it up to run a quest, where we play as an ancient sentient Coffee Machine and try to fulfill our important mission (making coffee)"
    >> Anonymous 05/14/11(Sat)20:23 No.14928597
    Okay, archived

    hopefully, I did good

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