The victims were 2nd Lt Alexander Fraser Campbell, Sergeant Michael Gibson, William Gibson
, Richard Gilcrest, Jack Plumb, Ronald Skelton and driver Ernest Taylor, whose graves now lie in London Road cemetery.
Kudos to James William Gibson
on a great story ("LA Underground," Spring 2015) about the "out of sight, out of mind" affair Angelenos have had with the oil industry for decades, and the important role that activism plays in prodding change, slow as it may be.
For the past decade, cyberpunk novelist William Gibson
, who coined the word cyberspace, has set his novels in the present.
To cap this survey, we asked renowned novelist WILLIAM GIBSON
and thinkers GREGOIRE CHAMAYOU and BEN VICKERS to reflect on the year in information: on how we search, map, picture, and track--and, in turn, are tracked--at a moment when the very act of communication is at once a submission to surveillance and a will to power.
ENTERTAINMENT: AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson has hinted that the rockers could be hitting the road later this year.
No maps for these territories; cities, spaces, and archaeologies of the future in William Gibson
THE TOPIC: Early in his career, William Gibson
refused to write anything but fiction.
My great-grandfather, George William Gibson
was a train engineer who lived locally and married twice.
Among the second set, William Gibson
helpfully argues against an overly easy identification between Whigs, Low Churchmen, and Dissenters, on the one hand, and Tories and High Anglicans, on the other, in the early eighteenth century.
, the novelist who coined the term cyberspace in a 1982 short story, has been hailed as an Internet-age prophet.
But Derry's determination to get the ball forward was rewarded in fortuitous fashion in the 66th minute when Pat's full-back, William Gibson
, headed a Ruaidhri Higgins cross past his advancing keeper, Barry Ryan, at a capacity Brandywell erupted.
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