In Neuromancer, Gibson now famously characterized cyberspace as a ‘consensual hallucination.’ He seduces us with a phrase, a form of words. He conjures it into our (now Web-primed) imaginations by describing his punk-voodoo-mythologies of cyberspace in prose. The initial attempt to translate another example of his work into a ‘hotter’ medium (the film of Johnny Mnemonic), is, strangely, relatively unsuccessful. It begs the overarching question, what type of medium do we actually require to realize a ‘consensual hallucination?’ Might it be something more like ‘those things which people made?’