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William Gibson: ‘I was losing a sense of how weird the real world was' | Books | The Guardian
“I was actually able to write Neuromancer because I didn’t know anything about computers,” he says. “I knew literally nothing. What I did was deconstruct the poetics of the language of people who were already working in the field. I’d stand in the hotel bar at the Seattle science fiction convention listening to these guys who were the first computer programmers I ever saw talk about their work. I had no idea what they were talking about, but that was the first time that I ever heard the word ‘interface’ used as a verb. And I swooned. Wow, that’s a verb. Seriously, poetically that was wonderful.
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6 weeks ago by mozzarella
The Most Boring Thing Ever Written | Bradezone
I burst out laughing at
America gained independence from Britain in the late 1700’s after the Revolutionary War.
nice-thinking  writing 
may 2018 by mozzarella

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