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"Pinoy Cyberpunk": inspired by Debbie, not William, Gibson. (or WTF? or as me officemate asked, The Purple Prose of Quezon City? )

found this at -of all places- the wonderful aeon's filipiniana shelf. what can i say? ProjectPawai is unbelieveably, howlingly.... er, future-retro-surreal?

AND i haven't even read the story yet. see, what got us were really the author bio and acknowledgements:

About the Author

His computer experience includes AI, computer speech synthesis, and tinkering around with the Apple //, the commodore 64, and the IBM PC....a young bachelor, loves to read books, solve computer games, and listen to music, especially that of (-dig this-) Debbie Gibson, his favorite. He claims that these activities keep him from going totally insane from the various hardships and cruelties of life. He thinks his work is a different kind of fiction, which he calls "Pinoy Cyberpunk".
from the acknowledgements page:
i would like to thank the following for the great help they gave me:

1. To our Good Lord in heaven for giving me the talent to write;
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. hacker buddies, blablabla
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8. and finally. special thanks to Debbie Anne Gibson, for giving the world such wonderful and inspirational songs like "no more rhyme" and "shades of the past".
heheheheh. yes, i have a copy. adam thought that to pass up buying this rare piece of literature (edsa pipol power, commodore-hackers, an American love interest named Tracy, and Chronicles 7:14-15) for fifty pesos would be a sin, indeed.

stitches, man, stitches.

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