It is the first week of July in the high technological year of 2013. App maker Benedicte Raae and her award winning team is gathered around their mentor Lilly and her multipurpose monstrosity of a machine, Little Lilly. They are in the belly of a ship in the harbour of the tiny town of Oslo. Capital of Norway, a small insignificant country in the far north of Europe.
The team of four climbed down into the hold of the ship just a few minutes ago. Seeing the ship from the outside Benedicte would never guess it could contain a machine as vast as Little Lilly. Lilly, a little old lady, is standing on a chair in her flowery dress and her curly hear almost reaches to the top of the shiny black and green machine.
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