American-born Canadian novelist William Gibson loves pulling at loose cultural threads to reveal novel concepts lying underneath it. An essayist, speculative fiction writer and novelist, Gibson is credited for pioneering the era of science fiction that earned him the title of 'cyberpunk'. Gibson began his writing career in 70s. Most of his works revolve around near-future stories, noir, the internet and how it would filter down to the lowest social strata. He has a crystal-clear opinion about the effect of computer networks, technology and cybernetics on humans. Needless to say, he has been right for most of the part. The Sprawl Trilogy, comprising of 'Neuromancer', 'Count Zero' and 'Mona Lisa Overdrive' is Gibson's vibrantly imagined allegory for the emerging new world. In this version, he planted the first seeds of globalised wealth disparity and technological rebellion that eventually transformed into a reality.Other than renovating scientific literature, Gibson is well-known for popularizing the concept of cyberspace through his works. The Bridge Triology, comprising of Virtual Light, Idoru and All Tomorrow's Parties focus on sociological development, late capitalism and post-industrial society following the events of 9/11 in America. Gibson fans, who've read Spook Country, Pattern Recognition and Zero History have termed him the mainstream bestseller of all times. As one of the most widely read sci-fi authors, William Gibson quotes are always bound to leave a lasting impression on us. In this list of his most popular quotes, In this short list, we've made a selection that will leave you speechless and ponder. Here are some mind-blowing quotes and sayings by William Gibson.