Gave you a quick skim. Not too sure about how I feel about this, honestly. But then again, I'm really picky.
- I'm a little iffy on the xx:xx x.m. timestamp.
- Ditto the Kaster43/0ndom1ni847!! username/password setup. Passwords I can't really comment on since different people, different perceptions of security, but that username definitely doesn't strike me as professional. Granted, I've only ever been assigned usernames from academic/hospital work/volunteering/studying, but I feel like a scientific organization would have some form of standard username format that would include some sort of identifiable part of an employee's first and last names, with capitalization to reflect that.
- Again, not too sold on the "/Arm warhead" and "/Begincountdown short", especially since there aren't any other code safeguards in place.
- Why does the "SCP-770 is currently: Uncontained." notification come up after the warhead has been armed?
- Why was the O5 Council only informed of the armed warhead ten seconds before detonation?
I dunno. I wasn't entirely sure what was going on with the italics, but then, I'm not familiar enough with 770 to be able to enjoy the tale fully, I guess. The part with Steven and Stephanie and the other characters seemed a little… draggy to me? It was a lot of dialogue, I felt, so the action amounted to just a lot of talking and I really didn't know what the context was.
The writing seems pretty steady, but not a lot happens in this tale. It seems far more like a prologue or preliminary setup someone would maybe see on a hub page rather than something standalone to me.
Definitely ask one of our tech-savvy writers for some tips on writing those notification time-stampy things, though. They can work wonders with formatting.