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theshadowofpixels:

Almost exactly 30 years since William Gibson released Neuromancer on the 1st of July 1984. The genre he helped to popularize lives on in our lives, and while one might argue over the influence of cyberpunk in literature one cannot dispute that we’re living in a Gibsonian world today.

Hacker-wars, rampant cybercrime, virtual currencies, 3d printing, Wikileaks, piracy and the “keyboard-cowboy” as folk heroes are all concepts straight out of Gibsons manual.

While we have an encroachment on the anarchic web of yesteryears by corporate, military and national interests we also see the liberating and anarchistic potential of what Gibson called the matrix in the decentralization of information, money, copyright and communication. 

While some people like to argue whether Cyberpunk as a genre is alive or not the point is to realize that we’re pretty much living it right now. Gibson and others provided a vision of the future that had more predictable power the even Jules Verne before him.

The philosophical and sociological concepts in these books will be explored for decades to come.

The vision the began 30 years ago warped reality, this is what words and ideas can do. They talk about the fundamental concepts that drive the world, and the nudge them in yet another direction.

Here you have Gibsons Sprawl-series of books. What are you reading this summer?

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Video 27 Jul 67 notes

theshadowofpixels:

Almost exactly 30 years since William Gibson released Neuromancer on the 1st of July 1984. The genre he helped to popularize lives on in our lives, and while one might argue over the influence of cyberpunk in literature one cannot dispute that we’re living in a Gibsonian world today.

Hacker-wars, rampant cybercrime, virtual currencies, 3d printing, Wikileaks, piracy and the “keyboard-cowboy” as folk heroes are all concepts straight out of Gibsons manual.

While we have an encroachment on the anarchic web of yesteryears by corporate, military and national interests we also see the liberating and anarchistic potential of what Gibson called the matrix in the decentralization of information, money, copyright and communication. 

While some people like to argue whether Cyberpunk as a genre is alive or not the point is to realize that we’re pretty much living it right now. Gibson and others provided a vision of the future that had more predictable power the even Jules Verne before him.

The philosophical and sociological concepts in these books will be explored for decades to come.

The vision the began 30 years ago warped reality, this is what words and ideas can do. They talk about the fundamental concepts that drive the world, and the nudge them in yet another direction.

Here you have Gibsons Sprawl-series of books. What are you reading this summer?

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PMC as fuck - Blackwater


That guy in black with the eye patch and mustache… SNAKE?

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recce5brav0:

PMC as fuck - Blackwater

That guy in black with the eye patch and mustache… SNAKE?


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