A top secret project between the Trugollian Empire and the US military causes unforeseen complications in the lives of the participants.
The first birth of a human on another planet, experienced by a Navajo child in its New Mexico playground.
It is the year 2076 and the effect of commercial sponsorship on the Olympic Games has had a logical effect. This year, the leading bidder for the telecasting rights for the games is a erotic tv-channel, and gold medals are given for endurance competitions that are not entirely athletic.
Genesis recounts a story about embodiment "told" using voice synthesis and animation display on a MacIntosh computer. It was installed at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia in 1991. A computer is swaddled in blankets in a small baby carriage. A text appears on the screen that tells the (true) story of a woman who miscarries and keeps the fetus in her refrigerator. The narration is artificial, generated by a speech synthesis program. This voice becomes more human as the story evolves and as our understanding of the power of naming sharpens.
The forces of evil threaten Monterrey but are opposed by a flying superhero named Mágico.
Prisoners of Detention Satellite 3 plan an impossible escape.