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Brilliant Interview With William Gibson
Alex Steffen, 7 Sep 07
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Worldchanging ally Joel Garreau interviewed William Gibson for the Washington Post. It's a great interview:

"When I wrote 'Neuromancer' " almost 25 years ago, he says, "cyberspace was there, and we were here. In 2007, what we no longer bother to call cyberspace is here, and those increasingly rare moments of nonconnectivity are there. And that's the difference. There's no scarlet-tinged dawn on which we rise and look out the window and go, 'Oh my God, it's all cyberspace now.' "

I'm reading his latest novel, Spook Country, and thoroughly enjoying it.

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cyberspace was there, and we were here. In 2007, what we no longer bother to call cyberspace is here, and those increasingly rare moments of nonconnectivity are there


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