Nuthin’ much, u? came the response.
Slacking off in History, she replied. Trying not to learn anything.
Haha ikr, he said. I’m in math.
There is a pause, before he continued, Tryn to figure out who are you?
It’s Kenna, she said. Sorry, I forgot I’m coming up as anon
Why? he asked.
I’m hacking the school’s network, said Kenna. You’ll see in a sec
He waited, before the confusion began. First whispers, then some soft swearing. He saw through the glass to his left, a girl frantically trying to open a help link to tech, and then banging her fists on the desk as her computer died.
“The computers are glitching!” Someone finally shouted. The teacher was attempting to open up the room, but the program that controlled the panes of glass separating each student from the next had come offline.
His computer was the only one still working. Around him the children, realising they were trapped, had begun to panic. Some were shouting, some trying to break the glass, others just hysterical. The teacher was waving his arms, trying to quiet them, but was quite ineffective.
Daniel, you still there?
Kenna, wut did u do!?!? His head was spinning with the pandemonium around him.
It’ll all come back in another minute, she replied.
U took down th entire network! Daniel typed incredulously.
Kenna confirmed this with a quick, haha, yeah. Then, See, I’m writing a report about how dependent we’ve become on technology, so…
alufhsdfnaksjnsfksdjfjsdWHYYY Daniel mashed his hands on the keyboard, but he understood – Kenna was always one to test things out herself. He just wished she could have given him… a little more warning. As all of the computers came back online at once, there were yells and sobs of relief all around.
Daniel wondered if Kenna would be given an A for thorough research, or get expelled. He had a feeling she wouldn’t mind either way. She would just say, This was worth it haha LOL ;D