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Published on Oct 28, 2011
It's hard to believe that "Cyberspace," a term coined by William Gibson, is almost 30 years old. Gibson, the writer responsible for naming our then nearly unimaginable digital networks, is the critically acclaimed author of Neuromancer, Pattern Recognition, and last year's Zero History. In a conversation with Northwestern University's Bill Savage, Gibson discusses his work, the future of science fiction, and the ever-blurring boundaries between technology and life.