The box was a universe, a poem, frozen on the boundaries of human experience.
More Quotes from William Gibson:I've had a growing frustration, particularly when I would go out and do book tours and interviews. I got frustrated with people asking me, How do you know what the future is going to be like And I'd always say, I don't.
I think that technologies are morally neutral until we apply them. It's only when we use them for good or for evil that they become good or evil.
The sky above the port was the color of television, tuned to a dead station.
Dreaming in public is an important part of our job description, as science writers, but there are bad dreams as well as good dreams. We're dreamers, you see, but we're also realists, of a sort.
And, for an instant, she stared directly into those soft blue eyes and knew, with an instinctive mammalian certainty, that the exceedingly rich were no longer even remotely human.
The future has already arrived. It's just not evenly distributed yet.
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