"Johnny Mnemonic" is a science fiction short story by American-Canadian writer William Gibson, which served as inspiration for the 1995 film of the same name. It was reprinted by Robert Silverberg, Karen Haber, Debbie... First appeared in Whispers. To cope, he finds himself going through her collection of sense-recordings in order to sleep through the night, and through these recordings, we see his past in tiny bits and how the very nature of sense-recordings have shaped his adult life.
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The short story first appeared in Omni magazine in May 1981, and was subsequently included in 1986's Burning Chrome, a …
This story is interesting in that it’s more of a recollection of experiences than a linear narrative, and while that might sound like a rather dull piece, it does pull together around a cohesive spirit of memory and the contrast between so-called reality and a tape of sense-recordings. The Imagery: Alluring As A Rose, Artificial As A Hologram. He relies on these recordings as a way of coping with the dystopia that the US has become and the troubles he’s gone through with his ex-girlfriend. Subsequently reprinted in several major retrospectives from Damon Knight, Brian W. Aldiss, Harry Harrison, F... First appeared in The New Yorker.
There were power droughts; sudden failures of the delta-inducer brought painfully abrupt returns to consciousness. Both Parker in “Fragments of a Hologram Rose” and Fox in “New Rose Hotel” sift through fragments in hopes of seeing an unknown whole. First appeared in Astounding. "The Belonging Kind" by John Shirley and William G... "Fragments of a Hologram Rose" by William Gibson.
"Fragments of a Hologram Rose" is a short story by Nebula Award-winning author William Gibson that was originally published in 1977 in the science fiction magazine Unearth 3.