Maddox is the originator of the term Intrusion Countermeasures Electronics (or ICE). According to Maddox, he coined the term in the manuscript of an unpublished story that he showed to Gibson at a science fiction convention in Portland, Oregon. Gibson asked permission to use the acronym, and Maddox agreed. The term was then used in Gibson's early short stories and eventually popularized in the novel Neuromancer, in which Maddox was properly acknowledged.
- Halo (1991)
- The Mind Like a Strange Balloon (1985)
- Snake-Eyes (1986)
- The Robot and the One You Love (1988)
- Florida (1989)—not really a short story but a very short broadside—a "bookmark"—contributed to Magicon.
- Baby Strange (1989)
- Gravity's Angel (1992)
- Spirit of the Night (2010)
- Talk:Tom Maddox
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- An Incomplete Tom Maddox Fiction Archive
- An Incomplete Tom Maddox NonFiction Archive
- Tom Maddox reports on the Electronic Frontier series of articles for Locus Magazine
- Tom Maddox at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database
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