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Re: hipster librarians
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- Subject: Re: hipster librarians
- From: "Judith B. Kerman" <kerman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 8 Nov 1996 09:19:20 -0500
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Cyberspace was an idea whose time had come. Gibson's "sprawl" novels,
starting with _Neuromancer_, were probably the most vivid in creating a
sense of what it might mean. But I don't think he uses the term in any
of those books...
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On Fri, 8 Nov 1996, Iain D. Brown wrote:
> >> Who the hell is Spider Robinson?
> > Vancouver, Canada SF writer, created the immortal
> > Callaghan's Cross Time Bar. Coined the term cyberspace.
> Hang on ... I thought William Gibson coined the term "cyberspace". Is "Spider
> Robinson" a _nom de plume_ for WG?
> Iain Brown