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William Gibson
Author of {cyberpunk} novels such as Neuromancer
(1984), Count Zero (1986), Mona Lisa Overdrive, and Virtual
Light (1993).
Neuromancer, a novel about a computer {hacker}/criminal
"cowboy" of the future helping to free an {artificial
intelligence} from its programmed bounds, won the Hugo and
Nebula science fiction awards and is credited as the seminal
cyberpunk novel and the origin of the term "{cyberspace}".
Gibson does not have a technical background and supposedly
purchased his first computer in 1992.
(1996-06-11)


William Gibson ::: (person) Author of cyberpunk novels such as Neuromancer (1984), Count Zero (1986), Mona Lisa Overdrive, and Virtual Light (1993).Neuromancer, a novel about a computer hacker/criminal cowboy of the future helping to free an artificial intelligence from its programmed bounds, won the Hugo and Nebula science fiction awards and is credited as the seminal cyberpunk novel and the origin of the term cyberspace.Gibson does not have a technical background and supposedly purchased his first computer in 1992. (1996-06-11)



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1:Be quiet, darling. Let pattern recognition have its way. ~ William Gibson,
2:When the past is always with you, it may as well be present; and if it is present, it will be future as well. ~ William Gibson,
3:To present a whole world that doesn't exist and make it seem real, we have to more or less pretend we're polymaths. That's just the act of all good writing.
   ~ William Gibson, [T5],
4:Conspiracy theory's got to be simple. Sense doesn't come into it. People are more scared of how complicated shit actually is than they ever are about whatever's supposed to be behind the conspiracy. ~ William Gibson,
5:To call up a demon you must learn its name. Men dreamed that, once, but now it is real in another way. You know that, Case. Your business is to learn the names of programs, the long formal names, names the owners seek to conceal. True names...
   ~ William Gibson, Neuromancer,
6:Cyberspace is colonising what we used to think of as the real world. I think that our grandchildren will probably regard the distinction we make between what we call the real world and what they think of as simply the world as the quaintest and most incomprehensible thing about us. ~ William Gibson,
7:Addictions [...] started out like magical pets, pocket monsters. They did extraordinary tricks, showed you things you hadn't seen, were fun. But came, through some gradual dire alchemy, to make decisions for you. Eventually, they were making your most crucial life-decisions. And they were [...] less intelligent than goldfish. ~ William Gibson,
8:Cyberspace. A consensual hallucination experienced daily by billions of legitimate operators, in every nation, by children being taught mathematical concepts... A graphic representation of data abstracted from banks of every computer in the human system. Unthinkable complexity. Lines of light ranged in the nonspace of the mind, clusters and constellations of data. Like city lights, receding... ~ William Gibson,
9:When I start writing a new imaginary future, I have no idea what it is. The characters arrive first. They help me figure out where they are living and I get to fill in the gaps with that and where we are. So when I get to the end of the process of composition, if I feel that I have really done my job, I have no idea what I've got - and I then spend essentially the rest of my life figuring out what it might mean. ~ William Gibson,
10:Masters of Worldbuilding. Creating imaginary worlds is certainly one of the more satisfying and addictive of creative pastimes. Of course, no one has ever surpassed Tolkien in worldbuilding stakes. And Frank Herbert should be included in 2nd place on this honourable list. Other worthwhile mentions are Lovecraft (Cthulhu mythos), Asimov (Foundation), Niven (Known Space), Jack Kirby (Marvel), William Gibson (the Sprawl), Stephen Baxter (Xeelee), Marc Miller (Traveller), C.J.Cherryh (Alliance-Union), Dan Simmons (Hyperion Cantos), David Weber (Honorverse), Iain M Banks (Culture), Alastair Reynolds (Revelation Space/Galactic North), Kameron Hurley (Bel Dames), and Ann Lecke (Ancillary trilogy), to name just a few.
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11:A year here and he still dreamed of cyberspace, hope fading nightly. All the speed he took, all the turns he'd taken and the corners he'd cut in Night City, and still he'd see the matrix in his sleep, bright lattices of logic unfolding across that colorless void.... The Sprawl was a long strange way home over the Pacific now, and he was no console man, no cyberspace cowboy. Just another hustler, trying to make it through. But the dreams came on in the Japanese night like live wire voodoo and he'd cry for it, cry in his sleep, and wake alone in the dark, curled in his capsule in some coffin hotel, his hands clawed into the bedslab, temper foam bunched between his fingers, trying to reach the console that wasn't there. ~ William Gibson, Neuromancer,
12:`No. Stay, doesn't matter.' He settled the black terry sweatband across his forehead, careful not to disturb the flat Sendai dermatrodes [1]. He stared at the deck on his lap, not really seeing it, seeing instead the shop window on Ninsei, the chromed shuriken burning with reflected neon. He glanced up; on the wall, just above the Sony, he'd hung her gift, tacking it there with a yellow-headed drawing pin through the hole at its center.

He closed his eyes.

Found the ridged face of the power stud.

And in the bloodlit dark behind his eyes, silver phosphenes boiling in from the edge of space, hypnagogic images jerking past like film compiled from random frames.

Symbols, figures, faces, a blurred, fragmented mandala of visual information.

Please, he prayed, now --

A gray disk, the color of Chiba sky.

Now --

Disk beginning to rotate, faster, becoming a sphere of paler gray. Expanding --And flowed, flowered for him, fluid neon origami trick, the unfolding of his distanceless home, his country, transparent 3D chessboard extending to infinity. Inner eye opening to the stepped scarlet pyramid of the Eastern Seaboard Fission Authority burning beyond the green cubes of Mitsubishi Bank of America, and high and very far away he saw the spiral arms of military systems, forever beyond his reach. ~ William Gibson, Neuromancer,

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1:Boy, I was daid. ~ William Gibson
2:Lupus Yonderboy, ~ William Gibson
3:Everything changed. ~ William Gibson
4:ADVENTURE CAPITALISTS ~ William Gibson
5:few stray bits of Lego ~ William Gibson
6:Fuck it. Just fuck it. ~ William Gibson
7:N-methyl-4-phenyl-1236, ~ William Gibson
8:romanticizing pathology ~ William Gibson
9:carbon ribbon. There were ~ William Gibson
10:ORDINARY SAD-ASS HUMANNESS ~ William Gibson
11:He robbed a bank in Wichita. ~ William Gibson
12:The 'Net is a waste of time. ~ William Gibson
13:thin and elegant as a mantis ~ William Gibson
14:you can`t recycle wasted time ~ William Gibson
15:Earth is the alien planet now. ~ William Gibson
16:The future is not Google-able. ~ William Gibson
17:abs you could do laundry on, the ~ William Gibson
18:Don’t,” she said, “fingerprints. ~ William Gibson
19:Voytek is here, to fuck penguin. ~ William Gibson
20:Tim Powers is a brilliant writer. ~ William Gibson
21:Fables from before the Anaheiming. ~ William Gibson
22:Something she’d gotten from Burton ~ William Gibson
23:The present tense made him nervous. ~ William Gibson
24:Secrets...are the very root of cool. ~ William Gibson
25:Ghosts are nothing if not capricious. ~ William Gibson
26:I wanted to make room for antiheroes. ~ William Gibson
27:I want to have my cake and eat it too. ~ William Gibson
28:The street has its own use for things. ~ William Gibson
29:UN’s got deep roots in the demonology. ~ William Gibson
30:Cyberspace. A consensual hallucination. ~ William Gibson
31:I know Quine, by the way. Real asshole. ~ William Gibson
32:It was hot, the night we burned Chrome. ~ William Gibson
33:Time is money, but also money is money. ~ William Gibson
34:He took a duck in the face at 250 knots. ~ William Gibson
35:The dream recedes, but leaves a residue. ~ William Gibson
36:The street finds its own uses for things. ~ William Gibson
37:everything a little too smooth and glossy. ~ William Gibson
38:All the meat, he thought, and all it wants. ~ William Gibson
39:Case fell into the prison of his own flesh. ~ William Gibson
40:I had no idea that no one else would do it. ~ William Gibson
41:Things aren't different. Things are things. ~ William Gibson
42:Even the delusionally paranoid have enemies. ~ William Gibson
43:Some people dote on contemplating disasters. ~ William Gibson
44:and he lived in the trailer down by the creek. ~ William Gibson
45:I don't think about the real future very much. ~ William Gibson
46:And don't forget to water the fuckin' goldfish. ~ William Gibson
47:is a body grown in upon itself, a Gothic folly. ~ William Gibson
48:Time moves in one direction, memory in another. ~ William Gibson
49:Don't let the little fuckers generation gap you. ~ William Gibson
50:We see in order to move; we move in order to see. ~ William Gibson
51:When you raise the dead, they bring their baggage. ~ William Gibson
52:If god made anything better, he kept it for himself ~ William Gibson
53:If there's anything better, God kept it for himself. ~ William Gibson
54:Stand high long enough and your lightning will come. ~ William Gibson
55:The color of its skin reminded him of Zone’s whores; ~ William Gibson
56:The deadliest bullshit is odorless, and transparent. ~ William Gibson
57:a chronic malcontent, albeit quite a purposeless one. ~ William Gibson
58:History had its fascinations, but could be burdensome. ~ William Gibson
59:Language is to the mind more than light is to the eye. ~ William Gibson
60:There's violence in my culture [from America's South]. ~ William Gibson
61:THEY ATE LUNCH in a Mexican place called Dirty Is God. ~ William Gibson
62:terror should remain the sole prerogative of the state. ~ William Gibson
63:Zion smelled of cooked vegetables, humanity, and ganja. ~ William Gibson
64:Be quiet, darling. Let pattern recognition have its way. ~ William Gibson
65:The prefix cyber is going the way of the prefix electro. ~ William Gibson
66:Be quiet, darling. Let pattern recognition have its way. ~ William Gibson,
67:Cyberspace is where you are when you're on the telephone. ~ William Gibson
68:...destiny spelled out in a constellation of cheap chrome. ~ William Gibson
69:Genuinely ubiquitous computing spreads like warm Vaseline. ~ William Gibson
70:The future's here already. It's just unevenly distributed. ~ William Gibson
71:A middleman’s business is to make himself a necessary evil. ~ William Gibson
72:The experience of celebrity is gradually being democratized. ~ William Gibson
73:Enlightenment is "being," and it grows; it's end is serenity. ~ William Gibson
74:The yellow Lego was brick-shaped again. Pretending innocence. ~ William Gibson
75:Like when you're young, you figure you're unique. I was young. ~ William Gibson
76:Somos manchas vivas de aceite empujadas por pasillos de sombra ~ William Gibson
77:Dreaming in public is an important part of our job description. ~ William Gibson
78:The future is already upon us, it is just unevenly distributed. ~ William Gibson
79:Home was BAMA, the Sprawl, the Boston-Atlanta Metropolitan Axis. ~ William Gibson
80:Maelcum a rude boy," said the other, "an' a righteous tug pilot. ~ William Gibson
81:My problem is that all things are increasingly interesting to me ~ William Gibson
82:The future is here - it just has not been uniformly distributed. ~ William Gibson
83:The world hadn’t ever had so many moving parts or so few labels. ~ William Gibson
84:A few stray bits of Lego edged fitfully about among lower strata, ~ William Gibson
85:Canadian cities looked the way American cities did on television. ~ William Gibson
86:I don't always like writing, but I very much like having written. ~ William Gibson
87:Encryption isn’t optional, when we address one another,” she said. ~ William Gibson
88:The future is already here — it's just not very evenly distributed ~ William Gibson
89:I have this prejudice that trilogies are long, three-volume novels. ~ William Gibson
90:The future is already here — it's just not very evenly distributed. ~ William Gibson
91:The future is already here – it’s just not very evenly distributed. ~ William Gibson
92:Arleigh’s van smelled like long-chain monomers and warm electronics. ~ William Gibson
93:Damien is a friend. Their boy-girl Lego doesn't click, he would say. ~ William Gibson
94:No idea. None whatever. That’s exactly what makes it so interesting. ~ William Gibson
95:No, she thought, not new; the old, the always, the now and ever was. ~ William Gibson
96:Reading, his therapist had suggested, had likely been his first drug. ~ William Gibson
97:The future has already arrived. It's just not evenly distributed yet. ~ William Gibson
98:We're living in a future that's weirder than anybody except possibly. ~ William Gibson
99:Terrorism as we ordinarily understand it is inately media-related. The ~ William Gibson
100:The 'Net is a waste of time, and that's exactly what's right about it. ~ William Gibson
101:Damien is a friend.
Their boy-girl Lego doesn't click, he would say. ~ William Gibson
102:Know what's worse than imaginary, Leon?"
"What?"
"Half-imaginary. ~ William Gibson
103:Factual accounts of premeditated violence in the global fashion industry. ~ William Gibson
104:Generation X is dead. It has come to mean anyone aged 13 to 55 years old. ~ William Gibson
105:media’?” “I guess so.” “It was an artifact of relatively low connectivity. ~ William Gibson
106:Stone killer,” said Carlos, like that might be his favorite flavor of pie. ~ William Gibson
107:Homo sapiens is about pattern recognition, he says. Both a gift and a trap. ~ William Gibson
108:The future is already here—it’s just unevenly distributed.”—William Gibson ~ Timothy Ferriss
109:The future is here. It’s just not widely distributed yet. —WILLIAM GIBSON, ~ Timothy Ferriss
110:the windows of army surplus stores constituted hymns to male powerlessness. ~ William Gibson
111:His smile was the nightmare in my back pocket.(Speaking about Ronald Reagan) ~ William Gibson
112:Noches que con gran cuidado eliminaste de la desordenada baraja de tu pasado ~ William Gibson
113:The child saw things that were too evident, too obvious for the trained eye. ~ William Gibson
114:The sky above the port was the color of television, tuned to a dead channel. ~ William Gibson
115:The sky above the port was the color of television, tuned to a dead station. ~ William Gibson
116:The box was a universe, a poem, frozen on the boundaries of human experience. ~ William Gibson
117:The charges have to do with conspiracy to augment an artificial intelligence. ~ William Gibson
118:— Бля, вот это, бля, программа. Самая крутейшая вещь после нарезанного хлеба. ~ William Gibson
119:Case gasped as his internal organs were pulled into a different configuration. ~ William Gibson
120:He sat on the bed for a long time, savoring the new thing, the treasure. Rage. ~ William Gibson
121:It’s like wearing your cock ring to meet the pope, and making sure he sees it. ~ William Gibson
122:Не обращай внимания на кровь, она вся – твоя, но больше уже ниоткуда не течет. ~ William Gibson
123:After she’d called for the car, they waited outside while it drove itself over. ~ William Gibson
124:cry for it, cry in his sleep, and wake alone in the dark, curled in his capsule ~ William Gibson
125:Every AI ever built has an electromagnetic shotgun wired to its forehead.’ Case ~ William Gibson
126:I improvise. It's my greatest talent. I prefer situations to plans - Wintermute ~ William Gibson
127:The counters that fronted the booths displayed hundreds of slivers of microsoft, ~ William Gibson
128:We live in an age of seriously crap mass clothing. They've made a science of it. ~ William Gibson
129:For Case, who’d lived for the bodiless exultation of cyberspace, it was the Fall. ~ William Gibson
130:And Willy Jude was amiable enough, but in about as content-free a way as possible. ~ William Gibson
131:The written word still enjoyed a certain prestige here. It was a sluggish country. ~ William Gibson
132:Armitage smiled, a smile that meant as much as the twitch of some insect’s antenna. ~ William Gibson
133:As individuals steadily lose degrees of privacy, so too do corporations and states. ~ William Gibson
134:He saw Case and smiled, his teeth a webwork of East European steel and brown decay. ~ William Gibson
135:When you want to know how things really work, study them when they're coming apart. ~ William Gibson
136:You can’t get clever men to fight such a system, as it makes too much sense to ’em. ~ William Gibson
137:Perched on the edge of Case’s worktable like some kind of state of the art gargoyle, ~ William Gibson
138:To hire someone willing to undertake an unspecified task, likely involving violence. ~ William Gibson
139:Which had a top layer of truth to it, but latticed, like the caramel on the cronuts. ~ William Gibson
140:Zona spat a stream of Spanish that overwhelmed translation, a long and liquid curse. ~ William Gibson
141:I'm a reluctant writer of non-fiction, in part because I don't really feel qualified. ~ William Gibson
142:I'm happiest with people who've gotten furthest from traditional ideas of nationalism. ~ William Gibson
143:It doesn't matter how fast your modem is if you're being shelled by ethnic separatists. ~ William Gibson
144:That annoying thing that tourists did, opening a feed into London’s sea of blue plaques. ~ William Gibson
145:A book exists at the intersection of the author's subconscious and the reader's response. ~ William Gibson
146:Honey,” Jammer said, “you’ll learn. Some things you teach yourself to remember to forget. ~ William Gibson
147:You must learn to overcome your very natural and appropriate revulsion for your own work. ~ William Gibson
148:I started writing short fiction very briefly, as I imagine is the case for some novelists. ~ William Gibson
149:I think the least important thing about science fiction for me is its predictive capacity. ~ William Gibson
150:subgenres are products of the writers’ urgent necessity to avoid tangling with a realistic ~ William Gibson
151:Those fuckers,” Janice said, meaning the football players, “they get me doing hate Kegels. ~ William Gibson
152:Art Deco for me except in its most crazed and attenuated forms, it's jut a matter of taste. ~ William Gibson
153:I'm a really good eavesdropper. I listen to what people say and remember all the buzzwords. ~ William Gibson
154:Novels set in imaginary futures are necessarily about the moment in which they are written. ~ William Gibson
155:You are exhibiting symptoms of urban singles angst. There are cures for this. Drink up. Go. ~ William Gibson
156:You need to learn to overcome your very natural and appropriate revulsion for your own work ~ William Gibson
157:Neighborhoods that mainly operated at night had a way of looking a lot worse in the morning. ~ William Gibson
158:stray bits of Lego edged fitfully about among lower strata, like bright rectilinear beetles. ~ William Gibson
159:Upon arriving in the capital-F Future, we discover it, invariably, to be the lower-case now. ~ William Gibson
160:Whenever the media do try to pick it up, it slides like a lone noodle from their chopsticks. ~ William Gibson
161:Far more creativity, today, goes into marketing of products than into the products themselves ~ William Gibson
162:Futurists get to a certain age and, as one does, they suddenly recognize their own mortality. ~ William Gibson
163:I think with one exception I've never changed an opening sentence after a book was completed. ~ William Gibson
164:Stability is the beginning of the end. We only walk by continually beginning to fall forward. ~ William Gibson
165:There are bits of the literal future right here, right now, if you know how to look for them. ~ William Gibson
166:Don’t anticipate outcome,” the man said. “Await the unfolding of events. Remain in the moment. ~ William Gibson
167:I don't begin a novel with a shopping list - the novel becomes my shopping list as I write it. ~ William Gibson
168:His nostrils were permanently flared, as though he sniffed invisible winds of art and commerce. ~ William Gibson
169:maverick techs who liked earning danger money and had proven they could keep their mouths shut. ~ William Gibson
170:Wintermute was a simple cube of white light, that very simplicity suggesting extreme complexity. ~ William Gibson
171:a dream long lost in the compulsive effort to fill space, to replicate some family image of self. ~ William Gibson
172:Coretti no sabía vestirse. La ropa era un lenguaje y Coretti era un tartamudo de la indumentaria. ~ William Gibson
173:To some extent I'm guilty of wishful thinking. The absence of the interstitial I find unbearable. ~ William Gibson
174:Annie: Maybe you all do. It's my idea of the original sin.
James: What is?
Annie: Giving up. ~ William Gibson
175:Far more creativity, today, goes into the marketing of products than into the products themselves, ~ William Gibson
176:He’d lived for so long on a constant edge of anxiety that he’d almost forgotten what real fear was. ~ William Gibson
177:I have already told you of the sickness and confusion that comes with time travelling. —H. G. WELLS ~ William Gibson
178:Naps are essential to my process. Not dreams, but that state adjacent to sleep, the mind on waking. ~ William Gibson
179:The future is there... looking back at us. Trying to make sense of the fiction we will have become. ~ William Gibson
180:the smell of her grandfather’s fifty years of National Geographic, shelved in the hall. Downstairs, ~ William Gibson
181:Lost, so small amid that dark, hands grown cold, body image fading down corridors of television sky. ~ William Gibson
182:poor Byron, whose car had been run over by an autopiloted eighteen-wheeler on Valentine’s Day, about ~ William Gibson
183:The past is past, the future unformed. There is only the moment, and that is where he prefers to be. ~ William Gibson
184:I have important information for you.” The vowel in you suggested a siren dopplering past, then gone. ~ William Gibson
185:Indeed, today, reliance on broadcasting is the very definition of a technologically backward society. ~ William Gibson
186:I’m not Wintermute now.” “So what are you.” He drank from the flask, feeling nothing. “I’m the matrix, ~ William Gibson
187:I thought of that William Gibson quote: “The future is already here—it’s just not evenly distributed yet. ~ Zadie Smith
188:It’s about atemporality. About opting out of the industrialization of novelty. It’s about deeper code. ~ William Gibson
189:Lonny Zone stepped forward, tall and cadaverous, moving with the slow undersea grace of his addiction. ~ William Gibson
190:So you see, Case, you need us. You need us as badly as you did when we scraped you up from the gutter. ~ William Gibson
191:Do I look like a metaphysician?” “You look like a guy in an office. What exactly do you do there, Wilf? ~ William Gibson
192:We have sealed ourselves away behind our money, growing inward, generating a seamless universe of self. ~ William Gibson
193:if poets are the unacknowledged legislators of the world, science-fiction writers are its court jesters. ~ William Gibson
194:I think that I've always written about things that are very personal, but initially, I coded everything. ~ William Gibson
195:I've been interested in autism since I've known about it, which is more or less since I've been writing. ~ William Gibson
196:Wonderful,” the Flatline said, “I never did like to do anything simple when I could do it ass-backwards. ~ William Gibson
197:Wonderful", the Flatline said, "I never did like to do anything simple when I could do it ass-backwards. ~ William Gibson
198:I don't much live my life as if I was living in a Raymond Chandler novel, which is probably a good thing. ~ William Gibson
199:We are that strange species that constructs artifacts intended to counter the natural flow of forgetting. ~ William Gibson
200:— Чудесно, — сказал Флэтлайн, — Никогда не любил ничего делать просто, если это можно сделать через жопу. ~ William Gibson
201:and his voice the cry of a bird unknown, 3Jane answering in song, three notes, high and pure. A true name. ~ William Gibson
202:bartender’s smile widened. His ugliness was the stuff of legend. In an age of affordable beauty, there was ~ William Gibson
203:His teeth sang in their individual sockets like tuning forks, each one pitch-perfect and clear as ethanol. ~ William Gibson
204:I am no spy.” “Then start being your own. If Tokyo’s the frying pan, you may just have landed in the fire. ~ William Gibson
205:She walked on, comforted by the surf, by the one perpetual moment of beach-time, the now-and-always of it. ~ William Gibson
206:In the nearly total darkness of a Nighttown noon, who notices a few dozen mad children lost in the rafters? ~ William Gibson
207:and still he’d see the matrix in his sleep, bright lattices of logic unfolding across that colorless void. . ~ William Gibson
208:The act of connection produces a fork in causality, the new branch causally unique. A stub, as we call them. ~ William Gibson
209:The future is already here – it's just not evenly distributed.

The Economist, December 4, 2003 ~ William Gibson
210:Was it Laurie Anderson who said that VR would never look real until they learned how to put some dirt in it? ~ William Gibson
211:Had me this boy once. You kinda remind me . . .” She turned and surveyed the corridor. “Johnny, his name was. ~ William Gibson
212:Something stilled the part of him that knitted narrative, that grew the underbrush of lies in which he lived. ~ William Gibson
213:We call it getting a haircut,” Flynne said, giving him a look as she got to her feet, “back in frontier days. ~ William Gibson
214:When the past is always with you, it may as well be present; and if it is present, it will be future as well. ~ William Gibson
215:У душ есть ограничение по скорости, они отстают от самолетов и прибывают с задержкой, как потерявшийся багаж. ~ William Gibson
216:Cyberspace. A consensual hallucination experienced daily by billions of legitimate operators, in every nation. ~ William Gibson
217:I can't imagine writing a book without some strong female characters, unless that was a demand of the setting. ~ William Gibson
218:I'm away for a while. But there's no cash on the premises, no drugs, and the pitbull's tested positive. Twice. ~ William Gibson
219:When the past is always with you, it may as well be present; and if it is present, it will be future as well. ~ William Gibson,
220:and still he’d see the matrix in his sleep, bright lattices of logic unfolding across that colorless void. . . . ~ William Gibson
221:I only go to Japan when there's someone who can afford to bring me there, and consequently I may never go again! ~ William Gibson
222:Somehow I think that if Toronto had been forced to wait a decade [from 80th], it would be a better looking city. ~ William Gibson
223:The future,” science-fiction writer William Gibson once said, “is already here. It’s just not evenly distributed.”21 ~ Joichi Ito
224:It's the long finger of Big Night, the darkness that feeds the muttering damned to the gentle white maw of Wards. ~ William Gibson
225:Night City wasn’t there for its inhabitants, but as a deliberately unsupervised playground for technology itself. ~ William Gibson
226:He gestured for it to sit. The bench vibrated briefly in anticipation, shedding drops of rain. The peripheral sat. ~ William Gibson
227:I don't have to write about the future. For most people, the present is enough like the future to be pretty scary. ~ William Gibson
228:Mary Shelley may well have invented science fiction. I think she did! But after that it seemed to be a boys' game. ~ William Gibson
229:Friday, August 04, 2006 MONUMENT posted 8:31 AM Silver nitrous girls pointed into occult winds of porn and destiny. ~ William Gibson
230:Hitler had had entirely too brilliant a graphics department, and had understood the power of branding all too well. ~ William Gibson
231:Olhou para trás, quando a porta de plástico se fechou, e viu os olhos dela refletidos numa gaiola de neon vermelho. ~ William Gibson
232:Sometimes, I feel like a time traveller, cause the only way that we can really travel in time is just to get older. ~ William Gibson
233:When you want to know how things really work, study them when they’re coming apart. —WILLIAM GIBSON, ZERO HISTORY ~ Michiko Kakutani
234:Interface evolves toward transparency. The one you have to devote the least conscious effort to, survives, prospers. ~ William Gibson
235:Otherwise, he'd have found the ruin empty, and then, somehow, very quietly and almost naturally, he would have died. ~ William Gibson
236:Shit,” she said, small hand gesturing to encompass their situation. “Lots of it. Now. Hitting many fans. Large ones. ~ William Gibson
237:When the past is always with you, it may as well be present; and if it is present, it will be future as well. Surely ~ William Gibson
238:But I suppose that is the way of an artiste, no? You needed this world built for you, this beach, this place. To die. ~ William Gibson
239:I've never actually been a collector. I like the learning-curve, but I buy things, sell them to finance other things. ~ William Gibson
240:If you fancy resenting the tedious, I recommend intentional communities, particularly those led by charismatics.” “You ~ William Gibson
241:People who feel safer with a gun than with guaranteed medical insurance don't yet have a fully adult concept of scary. ~ William Gibson
242:Three in the morning. Making yourself a cup of coffee in the dark, using a flashlight when you pour the boiling water. ~ William Gibson
243:But did it wake, Kumiko wondered, when the alley was empty? Did its laser vision scan the silent fall of midnight snow? ~ William Gibson
244:Damien maintains, half-seriously, that followers of the footage comprise the first true freemasonry of the new century. ~ William Gibson
245:Fiction is an illusion wrought with many small, conventionally symbolic marks, triggering visions in the minds of others ~ William Gibson
246:His ugliness was the stuff of legend. In an age of affordable beauty, there was something heraldic about his lack of it. ~ William Gibson
247:The concrete walls were overlaid with graffiti, years of them twisting into a single metascrawl of rage and frustration. ~ William Gibson
248:but Leon wasn’t due any disability. Wasn’t, their mother said, like he could claim to have caught the dumbfuck there. Not ~ William Gibson
249:I buried everything under layers and layers and layers of code, but the signifiers of my emotionality were there, for me. ~ William Gibson
250:I'm not the only one: witness Pokemon! They still keep coming up with this stuff that just rivets us in unexpected areas. ~ William Gibson
251:the mall crowds swaying like wind-blown grass, a field of flesh shot through with sudden eddies of need and gratification ~ William Gibson
252:Three in the morning.
Making yourself a cup of coffee in the dark, using a flashlight when you pour the boiling water. ~ William Gibson
253:You got a watch?” he asked Maelcum. The Zionite shook his locks. “Time be time.” “Jesus,” Case said, and closed his eyes. ~ William Gibson
254:"Cyberspace is everting." It's interpenetrating our everyday reality to the point that on-line is our normal waking state. ~ William Gibson
255:What Shaylene saw as Burton’s primary symptom of traumatic stress, Flynne thought, was his ongoing failure to ask her out. ~ William Gibson
256:And worse, they'll trample on it, inadvertently crush it, beneath a certain mediocrity inherent in professional competence. ~ William Gibson
257:Big contrast: While the foreign media are obsessed with Apocalypses, the Japanese people are already talking of rebuilding. ~ William Gibson
258:Paranoia, he said, was fundamentally egocentric, and every conspiracy theory served in some way to aggrandize the believer. ~ William Gibson
259:As William Gibson, who coined the term “cyberspace,” has said: “The future is already here—it is just unevenly distributed. ~ Timothy Ferriss
260:Stormin’,” he said, like he was glad to note the world outside continuing on any recognizable course at all, however drastic. ~ William Gibson
261:What we're doing pop culturally is like burning the rain forest. The biodiversity of pop culture is really, really in danger. ~ William Gibson
262:Heroin", declared Durius Walker, Rydell's colleague in security at the Lucky Dragon on Sunset. "It's the opiate of the masses. ~ William Gibson
263:Know what ‘collateral damage’ means?” “People get hurt because they happen to be near something that somebody needs to happen? ~ William Gibson
264:And somewhere he was laughing, in a white-painted loft, distant fingers caressing the deck, tears of release streaking his face. ~ William Gibson
265:Friday, August 04, 2006
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Silver nitrous girls pointed into occult winds of porn and destiny. ~ William Gibson
266:Her four pupils bored into his, her white face perfectly immobile. “Altruism? What’s happening to you?” “I don’t know,” he said. ~ William Gibson
267:Now Gentry went to the big display unit, the projection table. “There are worlds within worlds,” he said. “Macrocosm, microcosm. ~ William Gibson
268:Eras are conveniences, particularly for those who never experienced them. We carve history from totalities beyond our grasp. Bolt ~ William Gibson
269:Japan Air’s orbital terminus was a white toroid studded with domes and ringed with the dark-rimmed oval openings of docking bays. ~ William Gibson
270:William Gibson told only half the story: like the future, the past is also here in the present, and just as unevenly distributed. ~ China Mi ville
271:a trio of young office techs who wore idealized holographic vaginas on their wrists, wet pink glittering under the harsh lighting. ~ William Gibson
272:Laney had recently noticed that the only people who had titles that clearly described their jobs had jobs he wouldn't have wanted. ~ William Gibson
273:Some very considerable part of the gestural language of public places that had once belonged to cigarettes now belonged to phones. ~ William Gibson
274:The U.S. hundred is the international currency of bad shit, Hollis, and by the same token the number one target of counterfeiters. ~ William Gibson
275:Before you diagnose yourself with depression or low self-esteem, first make sure you are not, in fact, just surrounded by assholes. ~ William Gibson
276:Hell of a world we live in, huh? (...) But it could be worse, huh?"
"That's right," I said, "or even worse, it could be perfect. ~ William Gibson
277:Not sentient, yet as Lowbeer had pointed out, effortlessly anthropomorphized. An anthropomorph, really, to be disanthropomorphized. ~ William Gibson
278:Reality television. It merged with politics. Then with performance art.” They walked on. “I think that already happened, back home, ~ William Gibson
279:The future is here. It’s just not widely distributed yet. —WILLIAM GIBSON, author of Neuromancer; coined term “cyberspace” in 1984 ~ Timothy Ferriss
280:How were they weird?” “Hoodoos. Thought the matrix was full of mambos ’n’ shit. Wanna know something, Moll?” “What?” “They’re right. ~ William Gibson
281:I’m explaining your earlier career to Mr. Laney, Blackwell. I’d only just gotten up to the massage parlor, and now you’ve ruined it. ~ William Gibson
282:I realized that everyone in Western society, in some weird way, believes that they've had the experience of producing feature films. ~ William Gibson
283:We monitor many frequencies. We listen always. Came a voice, out of the babel of tongues, speaking to us. It played us a mighty dub. ~ William Gibson
284:and the sort of Italian restaurant furniture, in dark welded steel, that might have belonged to any decade of the past hundred years. ~ William Gibson
285:Another vast omission is my failure to have quietly collapsed the Soviet Union and swept the rubble offstage when nobody was looking. ~ William Gibson
286:If someone comes in and says, "What are you doing," if I'm honest, the answer is, "I don't know. But I'm doing THIS, don't know why." ~ William Gibson
287:The machine, the structure, was there, was real. Virek’s money was a sort of universal solvent, dissolving barriers to his will . . . ~ William Gibson
288:Angie called pause again, rose from the bed, went to the window. She felt an elation, an unexpected sense of strength and inner unity. ~ William Gibson
289:my way through these small patches of virtual real-estate—or do I somehow imagine that I am performing some more dynamic function? The ~ William Gibson
290:[The currency of being celebrity] used to be only the elect had any manna in the information society and everyone else was a consumer. ~ William Gibson
291:The Ono-Sendai; next year’s most expensive Hosaka computer; a Sony monitor; a dozen disks of corporate-grade ice; a Braun coffeemaker. ~ William Gibson
292:Five hours' New York jet lag and Cayce Pollard wakes in Camden Town to the dire and ever-circling wolves of disrupted circadian rhythm. ~ William Gibson
293:It was the root of street cool, too, the knowing posture that implied connection, invisible lines up to the hidden levels of influence. ~ William Gibson
294:Before you diagnose yourself with depression or low self-esteem, first make sure that you are not, in fact, just surrounded by assholes. ~ William Gibson
295:By day, the bars down Ninsei were shuttered and featureless, the neon dead, the holograms inert, waiting, under the poisoned silver sky. ~ William Gibson
296:If ignorance were enough to make things not exist, the world would be more like a lot of people think it is. But it's not. And it's not. ~ William Gibson
297:Somewhere, deep within her, surfaces a tiny clockwork submarine. There are times when you can only take the next step. And then another. ~ William Gibson
298:The most common human act that writing a novel resembles is lying. The working novelist lies daily, very complexly, and at great length. ~ William Gibson
299:It was called dub, a sensuous mosaic cooked from vast libraries of digitalized pop; it was worship, Molly said, and a sense of community. ~ William Gibson
300:I worry about what we'll do in the future, [about the instantaneous co-opting of pop culture]. Where is our new stuff going to come from? ~ William Gibson
301:You needed a new pancreas. The one we bought for you frees you from a dangerous dependency.” “Thanks, but I was enjoying that dependency. ~ William Gibson
302:Before you diagnose yourself with depression or low self-esteem, first make sure that you are not, in fact, simply surrounded by assholes. ~ William Gibson
303:I'm not a very intentional writer. I try to be as unintentional as possible. What I basically try to do is invite the zeitgeist in to tea. ~ William Gibson
304:My Johnny, see, he was smart, real flash boy. Started out as a stash on Memory Lane, chips in his head and people paid to hide data there. ~ William Gibson
305:The rain was falling steadily now, but she felt as though she were somehow in collusion with it; it lent the day something conspiratorial, ~ William Gibson
306:To the very limited extent that I have a political consciousness, to some extent I'm a lazy, apolitical sort of guy that just flits around. ~ William Gibson
307:He did something with his mouth that approximated a grin. “Bein’ followed, you.” Far off, down in Nighttown, a water vendor cried his trade. ~ William Gibson
308:stuff of legend. In an age of affordable beauty, there was something heraldic about his lack of it. The antique arm whined as he reached for ~ William Gibson
309:I speak as one who can no longer tolerate that simple state, the cells of my body having opted for the quixotic pursuit of individual careers. ~ William Gibson
310:I think I'd tell her about the loneliness of being misunderstood. Or is it the loneliness of being afraid to allow ourselves to be understood? ~ William Gibson
311:Low gray cloud pressing down on the sheer gray city. A glimpse of new buildings, through the scaled-down limo’s tinted, lace-curtained windows. ~ William Gibson
312:Vodou isn’t like that,” Beauvoir said. “It isn’t concerned with notions of salvation and transcendence. What it’s about is getting things done. ~ William Gibson
313:It's impossible to move, to live, to operate at any level without leaving traces, bits, seemingly meaningless fragments of personal information. ~ William Gibson
314:Sleep takes her down fast, and very deep, whirls her through places too fragmentary to call dreams, then spits her abruptly back to the surface. ~ William Gibson
315:The designers [of the 1930s] were populists, you see; they were trying to give the public what it wanted. What the public wanted was the future. ~ William Gibson
316:I think that technologies are morally neutral until we apply them. It's only when we use them for good or for evil that they become good or evil. ~ William Gibson
317:unlikely tan on one of Lonny Zone’s whores and the crisp naval uniform of a tall African whose cheekbones were ridged with precise rows of tribal ~ William Gibson
318:Unthinkable complexity. Lines of light ranged in the nonspace of the mind, clusters and constellations of data. Like city lights, receding. . . . ~ William Gibson
319:Case turned back, in time to catch the briefest flash of a black rose, its petals sheened like leather, the black stem thorned with bright chrome. ~ William Gibson
320:let us go somewhere where we can do some genuine, blackguard, poverty-stricken drinking, with no false gingerbread glitter thrown over everything! ~ William Gibson
321:...era como si Dios revocara la ley de gravedad cuando tienes que cargar una maleta pesada por un corredor de aeropuerto de diez manzanas de largo. ~ William Gibson
322:For years I have been mourning and not for my dead, it is for this boy for whatever corner in my heart died when his childhood slid out of my arms. ~ William Gibson
323:That's something that tends to happen with new technologies generally: The most interesting applications turn up on a battlefield, or in a gallery. ~ William Gibson
324:I have friends who go [Tokyo] frequently on business, and it sounds interesting. I've heard that they have for the first time serious drug problems. ~ William Gibson
325:The construct of William Gibson the Writer is coming down, and become more open. It's more of a Glasnost - Transparency! Transparency is what it is. ~ William Gibson
326:Basically they were just assholes, though, and took it as the measure of God’s satisfaction with them that everybody else thought they were assholes. ~ William Gibson
327:Fads swept the youth of the sprawl at the speed of light; entire subcultures could rise overnight, thrive for a dozen weeks, and then vanish utterly. ~ William Gibson
328:I took Punk to be the detonation of some slow-fused projectile buried deep in society's flank a decade earlier, and I took it to be, somehow, a sign. ~ William Gibson
329:I love science fiction. I always have, ever since I was a kid. I love a lot of science fiction writers. William Gibson is one of my favorite writers. ~ Tahmoh Penikett
330:Time moves in one direction, memory another. We are that strange species that constructs artifacts intended to counter the natural flow of forgetting. ~ William Gibson
331:The bartender’s smile widened. His ugliness was the stuff of legend. In an age of affordable beauty, there was something heraldic about his lack of it. ~ William Gibson
332:We have no future because our present is too volatile. We have only risk management. The spinning of the given moment's scenarios. Pattern recognition. ~ William Gibson
333:Night City was like a deranged experiment in social Darwinism, designed by a bored researcher who kept one thumb permanently on the fast-forward button. ~ William Gibson
334:..."Not if I remember to take my pills," he said, as a tangible wave of longing hit him, lust and loneliness riding in on the wavelength of amphetamine. ~ William Gibson
335:There must be some Tommy Hilfiger event horizon, beyond which it is impossible to be more derivative, more removed from the source, more devoid of soul. ~ William Gibson
336:Because he had a good agent, he had a good contract. Because he had a good contract, he was in Singapore an hour after the explosion. Most of him, anyway. ~ William Gibson
337:I a warrior. But this no m’ fight, no Zion fight, Babylon fightin’ Babylon, eatin’ i’self, ya know? But Jah seh I an’ I t’ bring Steppin’ Razor outa this. ~ William Gibson
338:We carve history from totalities beyond our grasp. Bolt labels on the result. Handles. Then speak of the handles as though they were things in themselves. ~ William Gibson
339:A sense of the Finn’s presence surrounded him, smell of Cuban cigarettes, smoke locked in musty tweed, old machines given up to the mineral rituals of rust. ~ William Gibson
340:It seems as though everyone is going to the currency of celebrity. Everyone's getting their own account of whatever that currency is. That's something neat. ~ William Gibson
341:The dubious niche Case had carved for himself in the criminal ecology of Night City had been cut out with lies, scooped out a night at a time with betrayal. ~ William Gibson
342:To present a whole world that doesn’t exist and make it seem real, we have to more or less pretend we’re polymaths. That’s just the act of all good writing. ~ William Gibson
343:And this other evening light, rainy, rose and silver, and to her left a river the color of cold lead. Dark tumble of city, towers in the distance, few lights. ~ William Gibson
344:Cyberspace. A consensual hallucination experienced daily by billions of legitimate operators, in every nation, by children being taught mathematical concepts. ~ William Gibson
345:Spire stood on spire in gleaming ziggurat steps that climbed to a central golden temple tower ringed with the crazy radiator flanges of the Mongo gas stations. ~ William Gibson
346:Berry,” Pursley said, “you’re in trouble, son. A cop. And an honest one. In trouble. In deep, spectacular, and, please, I have to say this, clearly heroic shit. ~ William Gibson
347:Bevor man bei Sich eine Depression oder geringes Selbstwertgefühl diagnostiziert...
sollte man sicher gehen, dass man nicht nur von Arschlöchern umgeben ist. ~ William Gibson
348:Shaylene had big hair without actually having it, Flynne’s mother had once said. Something that came up through any remake, like marker ink through latex paint. ~ William Gibson
349:It was sometimes best, when you came to the mystery that was art, to come as a child. The child saw things that were too evident, too obvious for the trained eye. ~ William Gibson
350:Laney felt the pills he'd taken, the ones that were supposed to cushion the jet lag, drop out from under him like some kind of rotten pharmacological scaffolding. ~ William Gibson
351:Night City was like a deranged experiment in social Dar-
winism, designed by a bored researcher who kept one thumb
permanently on the fast-forward button. ~ William Gibson
352:burgeoning technologies require outlaw zones, that Night City wasn’t there for its inhabitants, but as a deliberately unsupervised playground for technology itself. ~ William Gibson
353:I'd always maintained that much of the anarchy and craziness of the early internet had a lot to do with the fact that governments just hadn't realised it was there. ~ William Gibson
354:I have waited a long time for William Gibson's vision of cyberspace to become real. It became real today for me in that room. – John Biggs East Coast Editor at TechCrunc ~ Anonymous
355:it’s somehow gone sideways in a puff of what we today would call globalization, to be replaced by some less dangerous combine of large corporations and city-states. ~ William Gibson
356:And he could still listen to the far-off plaint of a train horn as the express rolled through the night, wailing through a darkness lit solely by moon and fireflies; ~ William Gibson
357:In Heathrow a vast chunk of memory detached itself from a blank bowl of airport sky and fell on him. He vomited into a blue plastic canister without breaking stride. ~ William Gibson
358:To present a whole world that doesn't exist and make it seem real, we have to more or less pretend we're polymaths. That's just the act of all good writing.
   ~ William Gibson, [T5],
359:ego swimming up behind them, to peer at him suspiciously, something eel-like, larval, transparently boned. He had its full attention. “If things had gone differently, ~ William Gibson
360:He disliked the narrative aspects of history, particularly that part of it. People were so boringly deformed by it, like Ash, or else, like Lev, scarcely aware of it. ~ William Gibson
361:Something she’d gotten from Burton and the Corps, that you didn’t do things in the clothes you sat around in. You got yourself squared away, then your intent did too. ~ William Gibson
362:The faces he woke up with in the worlds hotels were like God's own hood ornaments. Women's sleeping faces, identical and alone, naked, aimed straight out to the void. ~ William Gibson
363:If this were my country,"
Odile said, wrinkling her nose,
"I would not be angry."
"No?" Hollis asked.
"I would drink all the time.
Take pill. Anything. ~ William Gibson
364:Occasionally if I look back at something I've written I'll find one of those that I don't understand, but that's a bad thing - the unconscious has dealt me a bad hand. ~ William Gibson
365:You dead awhile there, mon.” “It happens,” he said. “I’m getting used to it.” “You dealin’ wi’ th’ darkness, mon.” “Only game in town, it looks like.” “Jah love, Case, ~ William Gibson
366:Case gradually became aware of the music that pulsed constantly through the cluster. It was called dub, a sensuous mosaic cooked from vast libraries of digitalized pop; ~ William Gibson
367:The old man reminded Tito of those ghost-signs, fading high on the windowless sides of blackened buildings, spelling out the names of products made meaningless by time. ~ William Gibson
368:Because people who couldn’t imagine themselves capable of evil were at a major disadvantage in dealing with people who didn’t need to imagine, because they already were. ~ William Gibson
369:I do not think an enormous permanent underclass is a very good thing to have if you're attempting to operate something that at least pretends sometimes to be a democracy. ~ William Gibson
370:I've always been interested in people who aren't from anywhere in particular. I think it's all melting. This has been true for as long as I can remember in my adult life. ~ William Gibson
371:You're from the future, Mr Netherton?"
"Not exactly," he said. "I'm in the future that would result from my not being here. But since I am, it isn't your future. Here. ~ William Gibson
372:All fiction, whether straight or genre, whether literature or Literature, is a personal reinterpretation of its writers’ existence during the time the fiction was written. ~ William Gibson
373:It will be like watching one of her own dreams on television. Some vast and deeply personal insult to any ordinary notion of interiority.
An experience outside culture. ~ William Gibson
374:Seated each afternoon in the darkened screening room, Halliday came to recognise the targeted numerals of the Academy leader as sigils preceding the dream state of a film. ~ William Gibson
375:I had a cigarette,” Case said, looking down at his white-knuckled fist. “I had a cigarette and a girl and a place to sleep. Do you hear me, you son of a bitch? You hear me? ~ William Gibson
376:I had read and admired Ballard and Burroughs, and I thought of them as very powerful effect pedals. You get to a certain place in the story and you just step on the Ballard. ~ William Gibson
377:Not that I know of. He had this idea that it was gone, sort of; not gone gone, but gone into everything, the whole matrix. Like it wasn’t in cyberspace anymore, it just was. ~ William Gibson
378:she's learned it's largely a matter of being willing to ask the next question. She's met the very Mexican who first wore his baseball cap backward, asking the next question. ~ William Gibson
379:This perpetual toggling between nothing being new, under the sun, and everything having very recently changed, absolutely, is perhaps the central driving tension of my work. ~ William Gibson
380:Biz here was a constant subliminal hum, and death the accepted punishment for laziness, carelessness, lack of grace, the failure to heed the demands of an intricate protocol. ~ William Gibson
381:His eyes were eggs of unstable crystal, vibrating with a frequency whose name was rain and the sound of trains, suddenly sprouting a humming forest of hair-fine glass spines. ~ William Gibson
382:Horror. The spiral birth factory, stepped terraces of the hatching cells, blind jaws of the unborn moving ceaselessly, the staged progress from egg to larva, near-wasp, wasp. ~ William Gibson
383:I can see television much more easily than I can see features, because the economy and politics of making big, big features seems to me to be narrowing even from what it was. ~ William Gibson
384:I very seldom compose anything in my head which later finds its way into text, except character names sometimes - I'm often very much inspired by things that I misunderstand. ~ William Gibson
385:So Hosaka’s built a regular little neurosurgery and staffed it with three hotshots. Two of them are company men, the third’s a Korean who knows black medicine from both ends. ~ William Gibson
386:Yet what it most nearly resembles, that place where history turns, is the Hole he has posited at the core of his being: an emptiness, as devoid of darkness as it is of light. ~ William Gibson
387:Freeside is Las Vegas and the hanging gardens of Babylon, an orbital Geneva and home to a family inbred and most carefully refined, the industrial clan of Tessier and Ashpool. ~ William Gibson
388:the expensive-looking thing in her hand resembled a cross between a miniature oar and an orthopedic brace. She was off for a fast game of something, but Case had no idea what. ~ William Gibson
389:I felt like a punk who’d gone out to buy a switchblade and come home with a small neutron bomb.

"Screwed again", I thought. "What good’s a neutron bomb in a streetfight? ~ William Gibson
390:it involved the idea that people who were genuinely dangerous might not need to exhibit the fact at all, and that the ability to conceal a threat made them even more dangerous. ~ William Gibson
391:She is increasingly of the opinion that worrying about problems doesn't help solve them, but she hasn't really found an alternative yet. Surely you can't just leave them there. ~ William Gibson
392:You can get in a cab in Vancouver and the 20-year-old driver speaks more knowingly of Michael Ovitz than anyone in the industry. They just know! And it's perhaps not unhealthy. ~ William Gibson
393:And, for an instant, she stared directly into those soft blue eyes and knew, with an instinctive mammalian certainty, that the exceedingly rich were no longer even remotely human. ~ William Gibson
394:A few letter-writers had taken refuge in doorways, their old voiceprinters wrapped in sheets of clear plastic, evidence that the written word still enjoyed a certain prestige here. ~ William Gibson
395:I'm quite good friends with the putative director, Vincenzo Natali, and I'm a big fan of his work, but beyond that, I don't like to talk about other people's work work-in-progress. ~ William Gibson
396:But the mind had its own ideas, and Kihn’s opinion of what I was already thinking of as my “sighting” rattled endlessly, through my head in a tight, lopsided orbit. Semiotic ghosts. ~ William Gibson
397:Heidi’s room looked like the aftermath of a not-very-successful airplane bombing. Something that blew open every suitcase in the luggage compartment without bringing the plane down. ~ William Gibson
398:drug deficiency.” It was a Sprawl voice and a Sprawl joke. The Chatsubo was a bar for professional expatriates; you could drink there for a week and never hear two words in Japanese. ~ William Gibson
399:If there were such a being,” she said, “you’d be a part of it, wouldn’t you?” “Yes.” “Would you know?” “Not necessarily.” “Do you know?” “No.” “Do you rule out the possibility?” “No. ~ William Gibson
400:I'm embarrassed if I think anyone knows exactly what I paid for something, or even where I got it. I want what I'm wearing to feel good on, wear well, and to be extremely functional. ~ William Gibson
401:I suppose I do the Japanese because I just don't know China. Chinese popular culture has never evoked that instant of, "Whoah! What's that?" that I have with Japanese popular culture. ~ William Gibson
402:No,” Tessa said, “you’ve got it exactly backwards. People don’t know what they want, not before they see it. Every object of desire is a found object. Traditionally, anyway.” Chevette ~ William Gibson
403:Why shouldn't we give our teachers a license to obtain software, all software, any software, for nothing? Does anyone demand a licensing fee, each time a child is taught the alphabet? ~ William Gibson
404:All he could stand,” said Meredith, someone whose intelligence protruded through her beauty, Milgrim felt, like the outline of unforgiving machinery pressing against a taut silk scarf. ~ William Gibson
405:And then you pushed through into a dim space inhabited by a faintly confusing sense of the half-dozen other bars that had tried and failed in the same room under different managements. ~ William Gibson
406:Then the snake and the scorpion were gone, and he held a milky plastic syringe in his left hand. “ ‘If God made anything better, he kept it for himself.’ You know the expression, Case? ~ William Gibson
407:The whole industry wobbles along like a shopping cart with a missing wheel. You can only keep it moving if you lean on it a certain way and keep pushing, but if you stop, it tips over. ~ William Gibson
408:I feel like I've been very fortunate in that I've stuck like a burr to the dog-leg of the next generation of nerdism. I've been carried into the XXIth century on Bill Gates' pants-cuff. ~ William Gibson
409:If you knew enough Greek, she thought, you could assemble a word that meant divination via the pattern of grease left on a paper plate by broasted potatoes. But it would be a long word. ~ William Gibson
410:My first impulse, when presented with any spanking-new piece of computer hardware, is to imagine how it will look in ten years’ time, gathering dust under a card table in a thrift shop. ~ William Gibson
411:Between the trees, on gentle and too cleverly irregular slopes of sweet green grass, the bright umbrellas shaded the hotel’s guests from the unfaltering radiance of the Lado-Acheson sun. ~ William Gibson
412:But this feeling had come, that day, and swallowed everything up inside it, so big you couldn’t really prove it was there except by an arithmetic of absence and the memory of better days. ~ William Gibson
413:El ascensor que me esperaba para llevarme al Cielo podía ser la mejor toma de Hollywood de una caja para momias Bauhaus: un sarcófago angosto, vertical, con una tapa acrílica transparente ~ William Gibson
414:Rain woke him, a slow drizzle, his feet tangled in coils of discarded fiberoptics. The arcade's sea of sound washed over him, receded, returned. Rolling over, he sat up and held his head. ~ William Gibson
415:She was sometimes happy, in the sense of being somehow complete, and ready for what another day might bring. And knows she is no longer that, and that while she was, she scarcely knew it. ~ William Gibson
416:The Internet is part of this ongoing, species-long project we've been working on since we climbed down out of the trees in the savanna. We've been working on it without really knowing it. ~ William Gibson
417:It had always felt to me as though Washington, D.C., to Boston was one span of stuff. You never really leave Springsteenland, you’re just in this unbroken highway and strip-mall landscape. ~ William Gibson
418:He could guess the end, the finale. There was an inverted symmetry: Riviera puts the dreamgirl together, the dreamgirl takes him apart. With those hands. Dreamblood soaking the rotten lace. ~ William Gibson
419:The future, eventually, will find you out. The future, wielding unimaginable tools of transparency, will have its way with you. In the end, you will be seen to have done that which you did. ~ William Gibson
420:He pulled out into the mirror-image traffic. The rain was running and pooling, tugging reflected neon out of the perpendicular and spreading it in wriggly lines across sidewalk and pavement. ~ William Gibson
421:Music was strange that way though; there were people into any damned thing, it seemed like, and if you got enough of them together in one bar, she guessed, you could have a pretty good time. ~ William Gibson
422:I think I'd probably tell you that it's easier to desire and pursue the attention of tens of millions of total strangers than it is to accept the love and loyalty of the people closest to us. ~ William Gibson
423:mechanical watches partake of what my friend John Clute calls the Tamagotchi Gesture. They’re pointless in a peculiarly needful way; they’re comforting precisely because they require tending. ~ William Gibson
424:Porphyre followed her to the base of the stairs. He’d stayed near her during the meal, as though he sensed her new unease. No, she thought, not new; the old, the always, the now and ever was. ~ William Gibson
425:Every shop in every High Street in Europe is filled with basically the same stuff. There's a street in every city of the world that has a Gap and Benneton's, and the upscale versions of those. ~ William Gibson
426:He feels it as a single indescribable shape, something brailled out for him against a ground or backdrop of he knows not what, and it hurts him, in the poet’s phrase, like the world hurts God. ~ William Gibson
427:Dreaming in public is an important part of our job description, as science writers, but there are bad dreams as well as good dreams. We're dreamers, you see, but we're also realists, of a sort. ~ William Gibson
428:For me, the melancholy of the late XXth Century is walking late at night by the Mont Blanc pen store and seeing these things always strike me as simulacra of luxury items. They seem like fakes. ~ William Gibson
429:INTO HER DARKNESS, a churning synaesthesia, where her pain was the taste of old iron, scent of melon, wings of a moth brushing her cheek. She was unconscious, and he was barred from her dreams. ~ William Gibson
430:Perhaps Legba, the loa Beauvoir credited with almost infinite access to the cyberspace matrix, could alter the flow of data as it was obtained by the scanners, rendering the vévés transparent.… ~ William Gibson
431:All the speed he took, all the turns he'd taken and the corners he'd cut in Night City, and still he'd see the matrix in his sleep, bright lattices of logic unfolding across that colorless void. ~ William Gibson
432:She looks after him, feeling a wave of longing, loneliness. Not sexual particularly but to do with the nature of cities, the thousands of strangers you pass in a day, probably never to see again. ~ William Gibson
433:All the speed he took, all the turns he'd taken and the corners he'd cut in Night City, and still he'd see the matrix in his sleep, bright lattices of logic unfolding across that colorless void... ~ William Gibson
434:A lot of the buildings [in Toronto] around Yonge and Bloor is the architectural equivalent of Kipper Ties and 8" collar points. It's ghastly and no amount of street-level retail glitz can lift it. ~ William Gibson
435:Gadgets are usually the last thing I think about, and if there's something new, I'll get to the store for the final shipment of the first generation when it's on sale. So I have last year's stuff. ~ William Gibson
436:Her head was perfectly still, eyes unblinking. He imagined her ego swimming up behind them, to peer at him suspiciously, something eel-like, larval, transparently boned. He had its full attention. ~ William Gibson
437:If you believe the journalists, he’s the single wealthiest individual, period. As rich as some zaibatsu. But there’s the catch, really: is he an individual? In the sense that you are, or I am? No. ~ William Gibson
438:Cognitive bundle,” he said, as the doors opened. She smelled Lev’s cooking from the kitchen. “It constructs essentially meaningless statements out of a given jargon, around whatever chosen topic. I ~ William Gibson
439:He could have anything in there,” Gentry said, pausing to look down at the unconscious face. He spun on his heel and began his pacing again. “A world. Worlds. Any number of personality-constructs … ~ William Gibson
440:Conspiracy theory's got to be simple. Sense doesn't come into it. People are more scared of how complicated shit actually is than they ever are about whatever's supposed to be behind the conspiracy. ~ William Gibson
441:Conspiracy theory’s got to be simple. Sense doesn’t come into it. People are more scared of how complicated shit actually is than they ever are about whatever’s supposed to be behind the conspiracy. ~ William Gibson
442:What strikes me about Toronto is that Toronto's great misfortune was to have too much money in the late 70s and early 80s, and consequently, it built in the style of those periods, which is hideous. ~ William Gibson
443:Conspiracy theory's got to be simple. Sense doesn't come into it. People are more scared of how complicated shit actually is than they ever are about whatever's supposed to be behind the conspiracy. ~ William Gibson,
444:Okay," she said. "What are the nodal points?"
Laney looked at the bubbles on the surface of his beer. "It's like seeing things in clouds," Laney said. "Except the things you see are really there. ~ William Gibson
445:She's right, Kate's right, I'm right and you're wrong. If you drive her away from here it will be over my dead— chair, has it never occurred to you at on one occasion you might be consummately wrong? ~ William Gibson
446:I think science fiction gives us a wonderful toolkit to disassemble and reexamine this kind of incomprehensible, constantly changing present that we live in, that we often live in quite uncomfortably. ~ William Gibson
447:The nature of friendship is such that you never know who will turn out to be your friends, but once you have met them you can’t imagine that you could have gone through life without ever knowing them. ~ William Gibson
448:Andrea maintained that men like Alain lied so constantly, so passionately, that some basic distinction had been lost. They were artists in their own right, Andrea said, intent on restructuring reality, ~ William Gibson
449:I find it interesting to see people - mostly people who are younger than I am - going to considerable trouble to try to reproduce things from an era that was far more physical, from a less virtual day. ~ William Gibson
450:A pair of predatory-looking Christian Scientists were edging toward a trio of young office techs who wore idealized holographic vaginas on their wrists, wet pink glittering under the harsh lighting. The ~ William Gibson
451:For some reason, now, she saw the panel in the Roberts, all those faces. Read Us the Book of the Names of the Dead. All the Marlys, she thought all the girls she’d been through the long season of youth. ~ William Gibson
452:I don't think of myself as being particulary a subversive writer, but I like to think that my work could afford someone else, the extra degree of freedom that I found when I first found science fiction. ~ William Gibson
453:I look at [Toronto] and think well, perhaps my grandchildren will someday look at this stuff with the sort of appreciation I once held for Art Deco. Although I've come to find Art Deco quite creepy too. ~ William Gibson
454:She’s spoken with Parkaboy twice before, and both times it’s been odd, in the way that initial telephone conversations with people you’ve gotten to know well on the Net, yet have never met, are odd. She ~ William Gibson
455:If there's a movie of Neuromancer, what I really want the special effects guys to do is make you see, from Case's point of view, the little acid giggies: the little lines and trails coming off of things. ~ William Gibson
456:I'm interested in people who become culturally fluent. And when I meet young people I'm often amazed they don't quite seem to have a sense of where they're from. They're like the citizens of the airport. ~ William Gibson
457:She was big on patination. That was how quality wore in, she said, as opposed to out. Distressing, on the other hand, was the faking of patination, and was actually a way of concealing a lack of quality. ~ William Gibson
458:The Thirties dreamed white marble and slip-stream chrome, immortal crystal and burnished bronze, but the rockets on the covers of the Gernsback pulps had fallen on London in the dead of night, screaming. ~ William Gibson
459:Cliches became cliches for a reason; that they usually hold at least a modicum of truth, and the following cliche is truer than most: You can’t know where you’re going if you don’t know where you’ve been. ~ William Gibson
460:If I were in severely straitened socio-economic circumstances and had to move to the U.S., I'd probably opt for Athens, GA, or Lawrence, KS. As boho guys usually do, live cheap in the Left Bank of Kansas. ~ William Gibson
461:of data than of objects, seems a natural crossover figure in today’s interface of British and Japanese cultures. I see it in the eyes of the Portobello dealers, and in the eyes of the Japanese collectors: ~ William Gibson
462:A part of him knew that the arc of his self-destruction was glaringly obvious to his customers, who grew steadily fewer, but that same part of him basked in the knowledge that it was only a matter of time. ~ William Gibson
463:She wore loose black silks and black espadrilles. `I'm an exotic. I got a big straw hat for this, too. You, you just wanna look like a cheap-ass hood who's up for what he can get, so the instant tan's okay. ~ William Gibson
464:What flavor, though? Chinese? Indian? I’m not even convinced it’s offshore. Maybe it starts here, goes out, comes back in.” “I wouldn’t know about that. Company’s Colombian.” “Columbia S.C., for all I know, ~ William Gibson
465:All we really have when we pretend to write about the future is the moment in which we are writing. That's why every imagined future obsoletes like an ice cream melting on the way back from the corner store. ~ William Gibson
466:If J.G. Ballard had been on Twitter, I doubt he'd have cat-posted. Wm. S. Burroughs, on the other hand, probably would have. He loved cats. I received Christmas cards from Burroughs. All were cute cat cards. ~ William Gibson
467:That's one of my favorite things about Twitter: You can tweak your feed into a fabulous novelty engine. That's only one thing you can do with it, but it's one of the things I find most entertaining about it. ~ William Gibson
468:You could have sex relatively comfortably on a platform of books, but not on a platform of PDA.s. Hardcover books. Paperbacks might start sliding around. Though I.d still prefer paperbacks to a pile of PDA.s. ~ William Gibson
469:true home of a generation of completely uninhibited technophiles. She was talking about those odds and ends of “futuristic” Thirties and Forties architecture you pass daily in American cities without noticing; ~ William Gibson
470:Coldiron is concerned about the townspeople not being priced out of chili dogs, but willing to condone dosing religious protesters, however repellant, with something that turns them into homicidal erotomaniacs? ~ William Gibson
471:She remembers an eerily young Sean Connery, in that first James Bond film, using fine clear Scottish spit to paste one of his gorgeous black hairs across the gap between the jamb and the door of his hotel room. ~ William Gibson
472:Are you - are you sad?"
- No.
"But your - your songs are sad."
- My songs are of time and distance. The sadness is in you. Watch my arms. There is only the dance. These things you treasure are shells. ~ William Gibson
473:And the Yak, they can afford to move so fucking slow, man, they’ll wait years and years. Give you a whole life, just so you’ll have more to lose when they come and take it away. Patient like a spider. Zen spiders. ~ William Gibson
474:Now Sally plunged her abruptly into the full strangeness of this place, with its rot and randomness rooting towers taller than any in Tokyo, corporate obelisks that pierced the sooty lacework of overlapping domes. ~ William Gibson
475:But he also saw a certain sense in the notion that burgeoning technologies require outlaw zones, that Night City wasn’t there for its inhabitants, but as a deliberately unsupervised playground for technology itself. ~ William Gibson
476:Her fingers found a random second stud and she was catapulted through the static wall, into cluttered vastness, the notional void of cyberspace, the bright grid of the matrix ranged around her like an infinite cage. ~ William Gibson
477:Hollis thought he looked like William Burroughs, minus the bohemian substrate (or perhaps the methadone). Like someone who'd be invited quail shooting with the vice-president, though too careful to get himself shot. ~ William Gibson
478:I’m afraid I don’t know her,” he said, with the slight wince that came when you asked him about music that had come out since his own release. This always made Chia feel sorry for him, which she knew was ridiculous. ~ William Gibson
479:I'm often saddened and dismayed to see myself portrayed as either a Luddite or as a raving technophile. I've always thought that my job was to be as anthropologically neutral about emerging technologies as possible. ~ William Gibson
480:Are you—are you sad?” —No. “But your—your songs are sad.” —My songs are of time and distance. The sadness is in you. Watch my arms. There is only the dance. These things you treasure are shells. “I—I knew that. Once. ~ William Gibson
481:The best thing about having had all that done, aside from getting a new mouth, was that he’d gotten to see a little bit of Basel, going out for the treatments. Otherwise, he’d stayed in the clinic, per his agreement. ~ William Gibson
482:When I began to write fiction that I knew would be published as science fiction, [and] part of what I brought to it was the critical knowledge that science fiction was always about the period in which it was written. ~ William Gibson
483:I mean the nanosecond, that one starts figuring out ways to make itself smarter, Turing’ll wipe it. Nobody trusts those fuckers, you know that. Every AI ever built has an electromagnetic shotgun wired to its forehead. ~ William Gibson
484:I think that the collectible ephemera craze/awareness is probably driven by a reverse market, rebounding off the sense of everything being mass-produced. It's the last step you take in trying to find something unique. ~ William Gibson
485:I knew, somehow, that the city behind me was Tucson—a dream Tucson thrown up out of the collective yearning of an era. That it was real, entirely real. But the couple in front of me lived in it, and they frightened me. ~ William Gibson
486:When did it become necessary to explain what's so cool about Japan? Everyone was quite obsessed with it 15 years ago. I suppose it's the only Asian country that developed an imaginary entree to me. That's why I go back. ~ William Gibson
487:You saw a double. A hologram perhaps. Many things, Marly, are perpetrated in my name. Aspects of my wealth have become autonomous, by degrees; at times they even war with one another. Rebellion in the fiscal extremities. ~ William Gibson
488:There was that same sense of being surrounded by the sleeping inhabitants of a waking world he had no interest in visiting or knowing, of dull business temporarily suspended, of futility and repetition soon to wake again. ~ William Gibson
489:When I was a child, science fiction was the first source I've found for information. Science fiction was a very very low cultural stream in those days. It was completly below the radar and no one bothered to censurate it. ~ William Gibson
490:I can't do fiction unless I visualize what's going on. When I began to write science fiction, one of the things I found lacking in it was visual specificity. It seemed there was a lot of lazy imagining, a lot of shorthand. ~ William Gibson
491:If the content is sufficiently engrossing, however, you don’t need wraparound deep-immersion goggles to shut out the world. You grow your own. You are there. Watching the content you most want to see, you see nothing else. ~ William Gibson
492:Paranoia, he said, was fundamentally egocentric, and every conspiracy theory served in some way to aggrandize the believer.
But he was also fond of saying, at other times, that even paranoid schizophrenics have enemies. ~ William Gibson
493:The nature of emergent technology is, as Kevin Kelly once said, right out of control. It's an element of human evolution that's completely out of control. It's sort of driving itself, and I don't see it ceasing to do that. ~ William Gibson
494:Even if building robots were physically impossible, a super-intelligent and super-wealthy AI could easily pay or manipulate myriad humans to unwittingly do its bidding, as in William Gibson’s science fiction novel Neuromancer. ~ Max Tegmark
495:Dixie?” “Yeah.” “You ever try to crack an AI?” “Sure. I flatlined. First time. I was larkin’, jacked up real high, out by Rio heavy commerce sector. Big biz, multinationals, Government of Brazil lit up like a Christmas tree. ~ William Gibson
496:Nighttown, because the Pit’s inverted, and the bottom of its bowl touches the sky, the sky that Nighttown never sees, sweating under its own firmament of acrylic resin, up where the Lo Teks crouch in the dark like gargoyles, ~ William Gibson
497:I've become convinced that nostalgia is a fundamentally unhealthy modality. When you see it, it's usually attached to something else that's really, seriously bad. I don't traffic in nostalgia. We're becoming a global culture. ~ William Gibson
498:I was afraid to watch 'Blade Runner' in the theater because I was afraid the movie would be better than what I myself had been able to imagine. In a way, I was right to be afraid, because even the first few minutes were better. ~ William Gibson
499:Eras are conveniences, particularly for those who never experienced them. We carve history from totalities beyond our grasp. Bolt labels on the result. Handles. Then speak of the handles as though they were things in themselves. ~ William Gibson
500:She feels the things she herself owns as a sort of pressure. Other people's objects exert no pressure. Margot thinks that Cayce has weaned herself from materialism, is preternaturally adult, requiring no external tokens of self. ~ William Gibson

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