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I once had a conversation with a fashion designer about William Gibson's work and the designer made a comment that Gibson's stories are all detective stories about fashion. And, on rereading the Net trilogy, the Bridge trilogy, and the Blue Ant books, I came to see this as correct. Gibson seems interested in the flow of ideas and concepts, but much less intrigued by the material outputs.

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