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William Gibson


William Gibson described a world where "data dance with human consciousness... human memory is literalized and mechanized... multi-national information systems mutate and breed into startling new structures whose beauty and complexity are unimaginable, mystical, and above all nonhuman."
  US-Canadian writer of science fiction who coined the term "cyberspace" and foresaw much that it entails (b. 1948)
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Associated words [difficulty]:   William Gibson , Harry Potter [6] , Neil Gaiman [9] , Robert Heinlein [7] , Arthur C. Clarke [9] , Isaac Asimov [9]
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