Little-known Neal Stephenson short story

When looking for information on Quicksilver, I came across this archive of Stephenson’s work, including a great short story I’d never heard of: Jipi and the Paranoid Chip.

“Havoc has already been in touch with the entrepreneur in the Baksheesh-Free Zone who started this whole thing. He was able to trace the serial number that was sifted out of the debris of that mall. It was one of four dozen car alarm systems that were assembled by a particular jobber based in Libya, who, it turns out, received an inordinately large drop-shipment of high explosive—Cold War Semtex, way past its expiration date.”