Created the computer software/poem 'Agrippa' in 1992. The poem came installed on a Macintosh floppy disk and would erase itself once booted into a computer and read. The disk was also packaged with etchings by Dennis Ashbaugh that were rendered with an ink that deteriorates in ambient light and bindings that oxidize and flake ...
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[on Neil Gaiman
] A writer of rare perception and endless imagination.
His novel Neuromancer (1984) and its sequels Count Zero (1986) and Mona Lisa Overdrive (1988) are generally considered the definitive works of the "cyberpunk" science-fiction subgenre.