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Burning Chrome Ten tales, from the computer enhanced hustlers of Johnny Mnemonic to the technofetishist blues of Burning Chrome Johnny MnemonicThe Gernsback ContinuumFragments of a Hologram RoseThe Belonging Kindwith John ShirleyHinterlandsRed Star, Winter Orbitwith Bruce SterlingNew Rose HotelThe Winter MarketDogfightwith Michael SwanwickBurning Chrome ❰PDF / Epub❯ ☀ Poltergeist (Greywalker, Author Kat Richardson – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk from the computer enhanced hustlers of Johnny Mnemonic to the technofetishist blues of Burning Chrome Johnny MnemonicThe Gernsback ContinuumFragments of a Hologram RoseThe Belonging Kindwith John ShirleyHinterlandsRed Star ➣ [Epub] ➝ OBaby By Geoffrey Johnson ➭ – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk Winter Orbitwith Bruce SterlingNew Rose HotelThe Winter MarketDogfightwith Michael SwanwickBurning Chrome


About the Author: William Gibson

Librarian Note There isthan one author in the Goodreads database with this name See this thread forinformation.William Ford Gibson is an American Canadian writer who has been called the father of the cyberpunk subgenre of science fiction, having coined the term cyberspace in 1982 and popularized it in his first novel, Neuromancer 1984 , which has soldthan 6.5 million copies worldwide.While his early writing took the form of short stories, Gibson has since written nine critically acclaimed novels one in collaboration , contributed articles to several major publications, and has collaborated extensively with performance artists, filmmakers and musicians His thought has been cited as an influence on science fiction authors, academia, cyberculture, and technology William Gibson 2007, October 17 In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia Retrieved 20 30, October 19, 2007, from



10 thoughts on “Burning Chrome

  1. says:

    Posted at HeradasWilliam Gibson blew the Science Fiction world wide open in the mid eighties with his cyberpunk novels, particularly the Hugo, Nebula, and Philip K Dick award winning Neuromancer Ridley Scott gave us the visual aesthetic with Blade Runner, but Gibson firmly established Cyberpunk as a literary movement As a genre it would go on to live a fairly short life, plateauing in the late


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    If you re into stuff like this, you can read the full review.Future Technologies Burning Chrome by William GibsonHippies have known about these dangerous technologies for a long time, and the state cracks down hard on them, and not entirely without good reason either The world cannot run for long anyway on raves and drugs and loud music, any fool can see that There is also a false economy in the


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    if poets are the unacknowledged legislators of the world, science fiction writers are its court jestersBruce Sterling introducing William Gibson s, Burning ChromeA set of 10 short stories early Gibson cyberpunk and sic fi that anticipate both his SPRAWL and BLUE ANT series All the Gibson tropes are there just waiting to bud and bloom Gibson s cyberpunk, dark and messy near future his obsession wit


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    I jacked into the Toronto construct matrix and downloaded Gibson s Burning Chrome onto my deck, plugged the simstim recorder on and zoned out.Gibson s Sprawl collection from eighty six was as lethal as black ice, but my neural implants would keep me dosing through all ten shorts A handful of amitriptyline and a slug of Sobieski would also keep me running Gibson is at his best in the short medium and


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    Is it okay, do you think, to say I find William Gibson s cycle of short stories, Burning Chrome, to be a work of profound beauty Probably not, but I m going to say it anyway Burning Chrome is beautiful.But how can it be How can something like the Sprawl, Gibson s pollution choked mega city, and our shared technological future nightmare be beautiful My description suggests it can t, yet I find much bea


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    I know I am repeating myself, but after having already read Sterling, Reynolds and Gibson s Neuromancer, this collection didn t surprise me the way I expected.However, I do not contest its originality and groundbreaking impact it had at the moment of its appearance it s just that some books should be read at their time, especially in science fiction.I still liked it a lot, though More than 30 years afte


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    We are very spoiled, and very privileged, to live now in the twenty first century We look back on works of science fiction from the 1950s, 1960s, and onward that reference the 1990s or 2000s as the future and make grandiose predictions we ll have flying cars a eugenics war robot apocalypse It s interesting to note that such extrapolation, while often falling very short of the mark, tends to be conservativ


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    I think this is the collection where I finally understood the cyberpunk of William Gibson despite having read four of his novels.For me he is all about the mileau, the crafting of the dystopian world that his stories exist in and his characters evolve from is his primary skill, everything that comes evolves from there Not to doubt his acknowedged talent as an ideas man.I was particularly impressed with New


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    Wired WestBurning Chromeis a fascinating collection of stories that chart the origin of the Sprawl Trilogy You can watch William Gibson building the world of the Sprawlof cities and smoke , cyberspace and the characters who would later be explored in the three novels.Equally importantly, you can observe him developing a unique style of writing suited to this world.It s data and sensory rich, almost exhausting


  10. says:

    I seen the error of my ways William Gibson isn t an easy author to get into and my mistake was jumping directly into Neuromancer without any prior knowledge of his writing So from now on when somebody asks me if they should get into Gibson I will advise them to start from this anthology It shows the themes he likes to tackle, his writing style and the worlds he likes to create and is an excellent way to ease ne


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