Difference between revisions of "Nodal Point"

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* The bridge novels of William Gibson.
 
* The bridge novels of William Gibson.
 
# Virtual Light ISBN. San Francisco
 
# Virtual Light ISBN. San Francisco
# Idoru ISBN ‎0399141308. Tokyo
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# Idoru ISBN ‎0399141308 Tokyo
 
# All of Tomorrows' parties ISBN 0399145796. San Francisco (1999 page 4.<blockquote>It's all going to change. We're coming up on the mother of all nodal points. I can see it, now it's ''all'' going to change. Last time we had one like this was in 1911.</blockquote>
 
# All of Tomorrows' parties ISBN 0399145796. San Francisco (1999 page 4.<blockquote>It's all going to change. We're coming up on the mother of all nodal points. I can see it, now it's ''all'' going to change. Last time we had one like this was in 1911.</blockquote>
 
Researcher Colin Laney, who has a mysterious ability to identify patterns in vast tracts of information, appears in Idoru and All Tomorrow's Parties.
 
Researcher Colin Laney, who has a mysterious ability to identify patterns in vast tracts of information, appears in Idoru and All Tomorrow's Parties.

Revision as of 16:44, 12 April 2022

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A point in time when everything seems to be in flux. It might be possible to detect a Model Point before it occurs, but not to predict the outcome.

Context

  • The bridge novels of William Gibson.
  1. Virtual Light ISBN. San Francisco
  2. Idoru ISBN ‎0399141308 Tokyo
  3. All of Tomorrows' parties ISBN 0399145796. San Francisco (1999 page 4.
    It's all going to change. We're coming up on the mother of all nodal points. I can see it, now it's all going to change. Last time we had one like this was in 1911.

Researcher Colin Laney, who has a mysterious ability to identify patterns in vast tracts of information, appears in Idoru and All Tomorrow's Parties.