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7 January 1993
Virtual Reality 
by Howard Rheingold.
Secker, 415 pp., £19.99, October 1992, 0 436 41212 8
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Cyberpunk 
by Katie Hafner and John Markoff.
Fourth Estate, 368 pp., £14.99, September 1992, 1 872180 94 9
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Glimpses of Heaven, Visions of Hell: Virtual Reality and its Implications 
by Barrie Sherman and Phil Judkins.
Hodder, 224 pp., £12.99, July 1992, 0 340 56905 0
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... behind their technologies. They see themselves as jolly pirates or romantic anarchs, and are generally, and accurately, seen as a seedy lot with ill-formed social behaviour and bad dietary habits. Hafner and Markoff’s Cyberpunk tells you as much or more than you care to know about three groups of hackers: first Kevin Mitnick, a compulsive obsessive who simply seems unable to stop breaking into ...

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