(1) It reminded us that, for all the California-Wired-Hollywood bluster, cyberpunk was essentially a British invention, synthesized first through fictions and sonics then theory.(2) The genres, however, include a variety of subgenres, such as cyberpunk , punk, funk, dramatised Western style, goth, lolita, and warmono.(3) On the other hand, it is extremely enjoyable to read especially if you like techno-fiction and are in the mood for some tongue-in-cheek cyberpunk .(4) It was a fun mix of futuristic cyberpunk and western.(5) The resulting sub-genre, cyberpunk , broke from old-school science fiction by focusing on all-pervasive quantum-based technologies such as genetic engineering and microprocessing.(6) It differs from cyberpunk in that cyberpunk was not a product of technologically savvy authors.(7) Then, in the mid-80s, just as cyberpunk came along, I got a job as a computer programmer and walked away from the sects and finished my thesis, and within a short time was organising an SF club at work and writing The Star Fraction.(8) What is the difference between playing pinball games and video games, snowboarding and surfing, or reading cyberpunk vs. traditional science fiction?(9) If you're a fan of experimental film, a fan of Lynch or Cronenberg, a fan of cyberpunk , then Tetsuo is pretty much required viewing and this, simply, is the version to view.(10) So, this oversight is unfortunate - to compensate, readers should check out Leonard's excellent essay on cyberpunk in When the Kissing Had to Stop.(11) The emphasis is on rebuilding society, rather than cyberpunk 's appetite for destruction.(12) It's this sinister sparkle that has drawn me to the genre of cyberpunk in fiction, film, and even to an extent in music, for many years.(13) But then they are old school corporate in terms of cyberpunk .(14) In defense of our approach, I would say only that ours can include the modern primitives, and also include Zen, Sufism, The Troubadours, western anarchism, cyberpunk , punk rock, cubism, Voltaire, ad infinitum.(15) With No Maps, Neale more or less becomes cyberpunk 's Errol Morris, a documentary filmmaker who likes his subjects to do the talking while he, armed with a low budget and high aspirations, attempts to visually literalize their speech.(16) This is where Spinoza converges with cyberpunk, and hence with Deleuze-Guattari, cyberpunk 's main theoretical program.