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Titel: TRUE NAMES
Verlag: Bluejay Books, New York
Einband: Trade paperback
Illustrator: Acheson, Robert Bruce
Auflage: First edition, first printing
"A lively and fascinating extrapolation of the idea that advanced technology opens up the opportunities traditionally associated with wizardry. A precursor of Gibson's Neuromancer." Barron; Anatomy of Wonder 4, 4-476. A fine and bright, unread copy. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 37430
Inhaltsangabe: Bluejay Books, 1984. Interior and cover illustrations by Bob Walters. Afterword by Marvin Minsky. Considered a seminal work of the cyberpunk genre. This book first brought Vinge to prominence as a science fiction writer. It also inspired many real-life hackers and computer scientists. First published as part of an anthology, this is the first solo book publication.
Inhaltsangabe: A study of True Names, Vernor Vinge's critically acclaimed novella that invented the concept of cyberspace, features that complete text of the novella, as well as articles by Richard Stallman, John Markoff, Hans Moravec, Patricia Maes, Timothy May, and other cyberspace pioneers. Original.
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