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Reading for Pleasure 23 June/Jul. 1992. Retrieved 31 August 2005.

This issue of Reading for Please features a brief press release about Agrippa.

“Called “Agrippa: Book of the Dead”, it is a story by Gibson on a 3-1/2″ disk, packaged in a hollowed-out book along with relics suggesting rural Virginia in the 1920s. The weirdest part is that, reportedly, the story-on-disk will contain a virus that will infect the readers computer, begin to mutate, and then destroy itself after one reading. (I hope they mean the virus destroys itself, not the story.) “