We don't know if you were gaming in the 1980s — hell, we don't even know if you were alive in the 1980s — but if you were doing both of these things, you'll probably remember the great work that came out of Interplay Entertainment. Aside from initiating the Fallout series, the company was responsible for The Bard's Tale, Wasteland, and one of our favorites, the video game adaptation of William Gibson's Neuromancer. And while we might know all there is to know about PAX terminals, skill chips, and the relative merits of the Ono-Sendai Cyberspace 7, no one ever told us that Timothy Leary was instrumental in getting the game made in the first place. Well, it turns out that he was, as a matter of fact. As part of the Mondo 2000 Open Source History Project, R.U. Sirius has posted the audio from a "drunken business meeting" with the two cyberpunk luminaries to his Acceler8or blog. How's that for a homemade Christmas card? Hit the source link to hear it for yourself.