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  1. William Gibson Interview from 1994 - Nerdcore

    Originally broadcast on 31 March 1994. William Gibson, dubbed the prophet of cyberpunk, gives his take on the future of cyberspace, and his predictions are incredibly accurate.

    http://www.crackajack.de/2011/09/16/william-gibson-interview-from-1994/

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  2. Who owns the Story of the Future?

    Will the future be better or worse? - and does the story we are telling ourselves help or hinder us? With economist Diane Coyle, writers Cory Doctorow and William Gibson, and futurologists Mark Stevenson and Jon Turney.

    Part of the Out of this World: Science and The Future event series.

    http://www.bl.uk/whatson/podcasts/podcast122744.html

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  3. BBC - Desert Island Discs - Castaway : William Gibson

    This week the castaway on Desert Island Discs is William Gibson. Long before the existence of the Internet, he wrote about ‘cyberspace’, a boundless world reached only through computers. External space travel, to the Moon and Mars, had become old hat. By creating internal space, he breathed new life into science fiction. In conversation with Sue Lawley, he talks about his life and work and chooses eight records to take to the mythical island.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/features/desert-island-discs/castaway/3ade8915#p00941v7

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  4. Cyberspace and the Post-Internet Age

    Dr. Moira Gunn speaks with William Gibson, author of the books "Neuromancer" and "Spook Country," about where we are headed in this post-internet age.

    http://itc.conversationsnetwork.org/shows/detail3739.html

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  5. Pattern Recognition by William Gibson, Part 5

    In seedy Moscow, ‘coolhunter’ Cayce meets the maker of the footage. Lorelei King concludes the fast-moving thriller.

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  6. Pattern Recognition by William Gibson, Part 4

    Searching for footage clues, ‘coolhunter’ Cayce locates the menacing Baranov. Lorelei King reads the fast-moving thriller.

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  7. Pattern Recognition by William Gibson, Part 3

    ‘Coolhunter’ Cayce Pollard is mugged in Tokyo - but who’s behind her assailants? Fast-moving thriller read by Lorelei King.

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  8. Pattern Recognition by William Gibson, Part 2

    ‘Coolhunter’ Cayce travels to Tokyo in search of the online footage’s creator. Lorelei King reads the fast-moving thriller.

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  9. Pattern Recognition by William Gibson, Part 1

    ‘Coolhunter’ Cayce Pollard takes on an apparently routine assignment in London. Fast-moving thriller read by Lorelei King.

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  10. Spark 127

    On this episode of Spark: William Gibson, Lumberjack Chic, and The Last IP Address.

    Way back in the early days of the internet, engineers had to come up with a number for how many IP addresses we would need. It was more or less a case of one IP address for every computer, so they picked a number they thought was big enough. Well, that number is about to run out. With so many digital devices these days, any one person could need 3 or 4 or more IP addresses. So they’re disappearing. Fast. So what does that mean for us? Spark producer Dan Misener goes deep into the bowels of the internet to find out.

    From http://www.cbc.ca/spark/2010/11/spark-127-–november-14-17-2010/

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