Corporate hacker for Global Technologies
Tee Hee shaves the sides of his head and wears his remaining hair in a severely spiked neon blue mohawk. His wardrobe changes weekly, neo-Hunnish one time, subdued American Indian the next. His style is often eclectic, mixing expensive accessories with odd bits of junk. He constantly appears to be in a daze, with glassy eyes and a slack grin. Only when talking about computers does he become animated.
Conor Jage was considered the best and brightest of the graduating class of the University of Seattle in 2073. An inspired hacker, he was highly recruited by all of the major corporations. Despite several outstanding offers, he signed with Global Technologies after a single visit with their CEO.
Tee Hee seems happy with his position with Global, although no one knows why. He was the driving force behind the Colt L36-Mark Vii chip, despite his youth and corporate inexperience. Global expects nothing but miracles from the young man in the future.
When running the matrix, TeeHee’s daze and grin become even more pronounced. His fingers fly across the keyboard as he rocks back and forth to some unheard rythm. His street name comes from the near constant giggle that accompanies his matrix runs. Despite the two years spent at Global, Tee Hee remains rather naive about the inner workings of corporations. This lead him into difficulty when one of the executives of the company, Thomas Martelli Jr instructed him to assist an team of outside “consultants” to remove the personality chip prototypes that he has been working on and to relocate the data stores for the R&D on the chips to a private location on the network that only he and Junior knew about. Junior promised to upgrade Tee Hee’s workstation to the latest Fairlight Excaliber cyber deck.