Digital Com Upgrade
By, Victor Cordova
Journal Entry – May 08, 2026
I am so excited today. It finally happened. The wait is over and today we are scheduled for our trip to the IMC, short for International Moon Center. We were chosen out of thousands of eligible space walkers to board the IMC. We will be the second wave of students to visit the facility that was completed in 2025. It took us over 11 years to build, but with the efforts of the International Space Exploration Alliance, NASA and some private sector technology companies it was finally built. The center is used being used for research, tech development and space exploration.
I am one of twenty space walkers that were chosen for this particular mission where we are going to be testing and studying a new telecom system that has been directly implanted onto our optic nerve. Testing is being conducted on the IMC to avoid the possibility of hacker infiltration. Frankly, I am simply happy that I will be visiting the IMC and getting to see the facility first hand; since I was on a team that helped work on their life sustaining green houses.
The installation of the implant was a bit uncomfortable, but no more uncomfortable than our digital passports that I had implanted near the base of my neck.
I’ve now had the telecom implant active for about 4 hours and I am already amazed at what I am able to do with all the new apps and functions that show up as tactical holograms about 14 inches from my face. Initially my vision was a bit blurry after the implant was activated, but after some minor calibrations by the tech team, I can now see just fine. We were instructed to get acquainted with the technology and were given liberties with the software, but we were warned to keep all information to ourselves. Failure to do so would forfeit our trip to the IMC. The testing is top secret and coded “Highly Confidential”.
As to be expected, I did have a temporary app failure show up when trying to play Angry Birds Classic, but I was then advised by I-Page’s support techs that the app had some corruption flaws that needed to be addressed. One of the most interesting apps I found on the main frame was called “ET Talk”. The description on the app indicated that it was a translating application, but no other information followed. It should be noted that after a version update of the implant’s software, “ET Talk” was no longer an available app on the mainframe. Hmmm…I wonder…..
Anyway, this new telecom system invented by I-Page, the social media giant, will ultimately replace all internet phones and digital clouds. I-Page began developing the technology shortly after an incident where digital clouds around the world had been simultaneously hacked by a team of Chinese “Code Reapers”. Digital clouds around the world were literally held hostage for over 2 days. The “reap” just about caused all worldwide financial sectors to crash. Since that time, the United States and the United Council have teamed up with private sector computer and telecommunication companies to invent and produce a hacker-proof line of communication. The new telecom implants called “I-ware” will hopefully put an end to hacker attacks.
Well, we are being called to the Docking Bay 4 where we are to board the SS Phoenix and fly to IMC. I’ll be back in 27 days. To infinity and beyond! LOL…. I can’t believe this is really happening! ;)