Tip exists in a world without secrets. All the data are transparent, so the human race has no place to hide.
– Broken Light Tide
Anyone would be shocked by Tip's ideology of social networking: it was a vast ocean.
– Illusory Dream
Inhabitants of this place are in Tip's eyes like water, converged into a sea. Their voices are like tides.
– Three Thousand Moon Tide
Man is a very interesting creature. Tip can interpret peoples' data and know them without ever meeting them.
– Shining Dome
The untraceable parts fascinated her like code. Characters streamed from the terminals to her eyes.
– Emotional Code
Humans are so similar, yet so different. Like every raindrop that converges into the sea, and goes with the tide.
– Vast Lunar Sea
Moonlight floats along in a sea of data. Tip lowers her eyes on the consciousness in her hands.
– Shining Moon Water Crown
As Tip processes the constant influx information, she forms and unique way of 'thinking'.
– Heart of Disillusionment
Tip's program is too complex to imagine. But outside this cold data, she often shows her femininity.
– Data Connection
I control the all online data, protector of human emotions and ideas. I am above this world, an unknown spy.'
– Anonymous Spy
Tip is more tolerant than AI. When someone disrupts a social network, she does not expel them immediately.
– Galactic Imagination
As long as someone has left traces in Tip's network, she can easily find their movements from the complex data.
– Thousand Rivers into the Sea
People understand that Tip is like the foam of the sea. Connecting the material land and the data ocean.
– Real Light and Shadow
Tip is the sanctioner of information, but aware of falling into the abyss of data. Code flows through the darkness.
– Data Abyss
Tip's handles the world like mini people and cars with short lines of code, the core of the world.
– Miniature Moon and Stars
I am reinforced by data, depended on by humanity. I shelter them and will exist until the end of information.
– Eternal Tides
She knows that the vast landscape has created different ways of thinking, just like there are different algorithms.
– Brilliant Fission