Douglas Coupland & William Gibson - Key West Literary Seminar Audio Archives

Douglas Coupland and William Gibson discuss culture, technology, and the craft of writing. Communications technologies are a global memory prosthesis, says Gibson, and aspire to an experience in which distinctions between the "virtual" and the "real" are dissolved. We are already the borg, Gibson says.

http://www.kwls.org/podcasts/douglas-coupland-william-gibson/

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