We've all heard the word thrown around since the mid-1980s, and I seem to recall hearing it several times a day in the 1990s, when the development of the internet and its associated pieces of personal technology hit the accelerator hard.
In this excerpt from Overheard with Evan Smith (aired Jan 29, 2015), Science Fiction author William Gibson explains why he thinks our world is so weird, and why it provides the perfect inspiration for the books he writes
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The 2006 anniversary edition of Neuromancer starts with an introduction by William Gibson, in which he muses on how the novel stayed fresh during over two decades of frantically evolving technology. The answer might be ignorance.
LIVE from the NYPL - November 12, 2014. William Gibson returns to The New York Public Library to celebrate the publication of his novel The Peripheral, and discuss visions of the future with author and science historian James Gleick
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