This week, Gizmodo writer Kyle Wagner deconstructed the newest gadgets from CES and talks by the improbably named Mooly Eden and determined that Intel is actually well on its way to creating a functioning holodeck. Mooly Eden is in charge of Perceptual Computing for Intel. This sounds like something written by William Gibson. No wonder William Gibson has started setting his novels in the real world of the present day. Mooly Eden is possibly the best non-science fiction name for a tech guy ever, in the history of technology. I would be less grumpy about not having commercial space flight yet, if I did have access to a proper holodeck. Baby steps, you know.