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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 E-PAPERCHARGE LEVEL [100%] CYBERPUNK. 1981 WAR 1949 - "cybernetics"are now seen insci-fi works. 1905 - H.G Wellspublishes"A Modern Utopia" 2001 - The Blade RunnerSeries exposes the newlyborn Cyberpunk genre tothe masses. 1928 - The earliest useof the word "punk" todescribe a criminal. OPTIMISM THE FUTURE IS FRIENDLY FEAR OF THE FUTURE THERUSSIAN PERESTROIKA TECHNOLOGY ADVANCES 1975 - "The Girl Who WasPlugged In", a sci-fi storyon a global communicationsnetwork similar to the modern day Internet. CYBORGS AND THE LOSS OF HUMANITY 1967 - "The Death of Grass", a powerful strain of virus decimatesthe world's crop of grains and cereal plants, leading to mass starvation. SURVIVALISM NUCLEARTHREAT UTOPIANSCIENCE FICTION(1907-1950) 1965 - "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?", publishedwith references to dystopianfutures, and the loss of humanitythrough cybernetic implants. 1955 - "GOJIRA" or "Godzilla", a film about a nuclear-radiatedgiant lizard that attacks Japan. 1969 - "The Day the Earth Caughton Fire", a film where earth is thrown out of orbit due to excessive nuclear testing. 1979 - "Mad Max", a film wherethe world runs out of oil, leadingto total chaos and civil unrest. POST-MODERNSCI-FI (1960) 1947 1980 - TODAY COUNTER-CULTURE CYNICAL CULTURAL ATTITUDES CONSPIRACIES THE RISE OF THE COMPUTER THE COLD THE PEACE MOVEMENT A NEW HOPE FEAR OF THE CORPORATION APOCALYPTICSCIENCEFICTION (1960) FIVE NINES STRATEGY MAP In 1981, Bruce Bethkerreleaseshis short story "Cyberpunk", which is thefirst time anybody usesthe term. the beginningof the end forthe Cold War William Gibson releaseshis SPRAWL seriesin 1981, which becomes the first official cyberpunkbook series. COMPUTERSSTART TOBECOME MOREPOWERFUL "HACKING"ENTERSPOPULARCULTURE ALIENSBECOMEPOPULARTOPICS POST-MODERNIST DYSTOPIA HIGH-TECH, LOW LIFE CYBERNETICS REBELLION
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