Well...That part sounds good but something tells me Cyber-punk is the cousin of transhumanism. I am not merged with machine but I'll use the internet to research and then EXPOSE you Mr. Leary and any punkers who are guilty by association just by being in the presence of your CIA, culture creating ass .
(Above) Screen shot of David Byrne in Neuromancer from Leary's archive.
Timothy Leary, brought his game to Interplay for development. Neuromancer
Neuromancer was released in 1988 for the Amiga, Apple II,Apple IIGS, Commodore 64, and DOS. The game was set within both the fictional "real world" and the extensively realized and detailed world of cyberspace. It is also noted for having a soundtrack based on the Devo song "Some Things Never Change". In the instruction manual for Neuromancer there is a "special thanks" to Timothy Leary included on page 1, in acknowledgement of his role enlisting the rock band DEVO to provide licensed music, and also for his production of several early drafts for game art and dialogue.
TIMOTHY LEARY'S PUNK ROCK EXPERIMENTS