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    William Gibson goes back to life

    William Gibson, the cyberpunk writer, has stopped posting, and returned to his day job
    Adios, then, to all.

    I guess there's a lesson to be learned from this. But I can't put my finger on it, right now.
    However, I'm glad that's he's back to his old Corona typewriter; that means that we'll be enjoying another novel some time from now.
    And we can still read Cory Doctorow or Bruce Sterling. But what the?! He's stopped blogging too!
    Two lessons are one lesson too many to learn in a day. I'll go back to may day job.

    2003-09-13 22:22 | 1 Comment(s) | Filed in

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    De: Algernon Fecha: 2003-09-14 03:06

    Two interesting lessons, yes. I could be the third soon :))

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