Jenny is a young girl who gets drawn into her computer world and interfaces with glitches, spam and computer trash. She has been digitized and turned into a process so she can run on a computer from the inside. She's got a lot of very specific definitions of what a human being is, what it actually means for one to "run" on a computer, and to assume a great big honking load of hardware. Her world is an abstraction of the inner workings of a computer. Baffling to anyone who's ever written a line of code in their life, where seemingly real world actions like jumping, talking, walking, fighting, kissing, hugging represent a step in the execution of the process performing these actions. She's a facet of program processing but a digitized human process responds differently than a non-human process. Her world is created by Master Control, who decides arbitrarily to make humans breathe but programs not. Human interface renders a complex paralleled resource allocation.