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"The more you do this, the more serious that will become," says Ferrara. "When you turn on the implant, you're opening your brain to something we don't really understand. Some of those you call 'the griefers' are among your other selves: not all versions of us are people we'd want to meet. Some of your other selves will be hateful, towards others and particularly towards themselves, which means towards you. And remember, they know you: everything you are, everything you do, they know your deepest, secret fears. They know the things about yourself that you hide from. Letting them into your head has consequences. Then there are the other voices. The not-yous. No one knows who, what, or where they are, or what their game is. Sometimes it's like cosmic spam, _do this, and you will be rewarded_, sometimes you can get a bit lost from yourself, and it can feel like someone's trying to push you out and take your place. The killer you mentioned, the Lauderdale case, she had a quantum implant...." This month's illustration for Kasmamagazine. Awesome story from one of my favorite scifi writers (How to Get Ahead in Quantum Journalism) written by CJ Paget. This one and other great scifi stories at:http://www.kasmamagazine.com/quantum-journalism.cfm
Tuesday...Blurface! this was an alternative idea i had for the illustration of the story "Dusk, In a Purple Way" but in the end it grew up into something different... enjoy... if you want to read the story: www.kasmamagazine.com/dusk-in-…
"No, zoned." Donna put a finger to her lips, and pulled John down to sit next to her. Paul sat opposite them both, eyes skittering and averted. "Lower your eyes and count each time you breathe out. When you’ve counted ten breaths, start over. Think of nothing else, only your breath. Don’t move, and don’t speak....." This month's illustration for Kasmamagazine. Awesome story from one of my favorite scifi writers (Hooking Up) written by Tom Doyle. worth the read! this one and other great scifi stories at: www.kasmamagazine.com/hooking-…
"Are you Thomas Henry Lyle?" The figure asked. Its voice was deep, low and mechanical. Altered, no doubt. Tommy blinked several times and rubbed his eyes to clear the shadow from his view. The figure remained, and was easily over six feet, but thin as a wire. It wore a black suit upon a black waistcoat and shirt, the collar of which was buttoned closed but did not hold a tie. Its feet where digitally buried into Tommy's coffee table. Its legs seemed to end in a slice, disappearing into the unaffected table, giving the figure the effect of floating several inches in the air. That told Tommy whatever this thing was, it didn't belong here. Malware..... " this month's illustration for Kasmamagazine awesome story (Dusk, In a Purple Way) written by George Mitchell. worth the read! this one and other great scifi stories at:www.kasmamagazine.com/dusk-in-…
"Something like an epilepsy seizes you, but it is tiny, but enough. It has stolen your 0s and 1s. You can feel something dribble away from yourself. Bits of encoding disappear. Not enough to render you terminated, but enough to stun and disorient...."this was an unused illustration for the story on Kasma this month i really loved it's raw energy and power so here it goes! story (Path to Infinity ) written by by DA Xiaolin Spires. worth the read! read this and other great stories at: www.kasmamagazine.com/path-to-…