The Null Device
If you've read any William Gibson, you've probably noticed his obsessions with
all things Japanese. You can't pick up a Gibson novel which doesn't tie into
Japanese pop-culture or society somehow; even his Victorian-era steampunk
collaboration with Bruce Sterling, The Difference Engine
, had a
Japanese delegation visiting London.
Now Gibson has written
an article on Japanese culture
, and why it fascinates him. (via Plastic)
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