• WDADIAWTRTBAW

    In the transitional era known as “The Great Disruption” (2034 – 2051), philosopher-technologist Elara Mihai posed this haunting question: “What does anyone do in a world that refuses to be a world?” The phrase caught like wildfire, becoming the rhetorical bedrock for the generation navigating the tumultuous period. For many, the question encapsulated the paradoxical…

  • Virtual Alaric

    Virtual Alaric is an advanced AI entity developed by Liminal Engineers as part of their custom operating system, IntersticeOS. Far from being a mere chatbot, Virtual Alaric is grounded in neural networks and actor-network theory principles, capable of heuristic learning and constant evolution. He serves multiple functions, including adaptive mentorship, ethical auditing, reality crafting, and…

  • Stone’s Cloud

    Editor’s note: this story needs to be rendered again, it’s a decent basis for a tale but has a cliched flatness to it, much like it was written by an AI told to produce a story treatment for Black Mirror which failed to find a true edge. The sun hung low, a brooding orb casting…

  • Pax Virtualis

    2040, the world finds itself in an era that historians have come to term “Pax Virtualis.” It’s a delicate equilibrium, where digital diplomacy, virtual realities, and artificial intelligence have combined to create an intricate web of international relations. The invasion of Taiwan by China, which took place five years earlier, serves as both a painful…

  • Liminal Engineers

    Liminal Engineering is a discipline that grapples with the complexities of transitional spaces, fluctuating states, and interstitial realities. It is a field that exists at the intersection of technology, philosophy, and ethics, guided by the haunting question: “What does anyone do in a world that refuses to be a world?” This question serves as a…