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“Actually most of the other SFF books I think of as being really bleeding-edge modern were written between about 1960 and 1980.”
“For this show, Gilliam invited the 20 artists to create five monoprints each at the George Mason University School of Art's new bleeding-edge print studio, which opened in August 2009.”
“If bleeding-edge technology lives up to the promises of various experts, we will see a rise in e-commerce that will make even the largest internet companies of the modern world seem like fly-by-night operators.”
“You know, something to establish his credentials as a bleeding-edge performer for the 21st century.”
“Just some thoughts on the switching front; switching is hyper-competitive and even the most bleeding-edge network equipment vendors acknowledge switching is a commodity due to the lack of intellectual property.”
“Is there anything less fraught with bleeding-edge interest than the BBC's flagship football highlights‑blah?”
“I was so taken by this state-of-the-moment electronic art form that I determined to take this bleeding-edge phenomenon and turn it into ink on dead paper.”
“They've ceded the field to authors of speculative fiction, such as William Gibson and Cory Doctorow, whose hacker and brand-ninja characters exist primarily to explain or propound ideas about bleeding-edge technology, or thriller writers who concoct ingenious but outlandish tales about the potential nightmares lurking in same.”
“Instead, it went down like this: A whole bunch of companies dumped a whole lot of money down the next-gen sinkhole, and the number of publishers that could be counted on to deliver bleeding-edge entertainment without going broke in the process dwindled to just a few.”
“It is an often bewildering ecosystem of bleeding-edge technology and financial risks.”
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