Definitions

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  • proper noun The connected virtual world that users can interact with by means of computer networks; cyberspace.

Etymologies

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cyber-, influenced by Siberia.

Examples

  • Recently I completed work on a musical about the Internet called "Cyberia: A Musical Dot Comedy."

    Forbes.com: News

  • Recently I completed work on a musical about the Internet called "Cyberia: A Musical Dot Comedy."

    Forbes.com: News

  • In "Cyberia," artists, scientists and hackers explore virtual reality using prototype computers with 3-D goggles, headphones and a tracking ball to move through real or fictional space without commands, text or symbols; Silicon Valley engineers and mathematicians attempt to unlock creativity via psychedelic drugs or fractal graphics mirroring our irregular world; urban neopagans access information networks and use witchcraft to promote planetary survival.

    December 2005

  • In "Cyberia," artists, scientists and hackers explore virtual reality using prototype computers with 3-D goggles, headphones and a tracking ball to move through real or fictional space without commands, text or symbols; Silicon Valley engineers and mathematicians attempt to unlock creativity via psychedelic drugs or fractal graphics mirroring our irregular world; urban neopagans access information networks and use witchcraft to promote planetary survival.

    Cyberia

  • The Knights and Cyberia and the madmen and the spooky murderous children seem to be trails that don't lead anywhere in particular.

    Reviews Too Late: Lain

  • Her friends also drag her to a hacker nightclub, Cyberia a reference to the book by Douglas Rushkoff, where people keep mistaking her for a "wild girl," also called Lain.

    Reviews Too Late: Lain

  • There are long dead posts still around (5 days is a lifetime in Cyberia) ... but this will be missed unless persons make election central their entry point to the Café.

    Obama Says He Can Flip Deep South States. But Can He Really?

  • Also Comcast goes for the money, not service by Jack Kapica, Cyberia Oct 19

    Internet News: Infrastructure Archives

  • Her friends also drag her to a hacker nightclub, Cyberia a reference to the book by Douglas Rushkoff, where people keep mistaking her for a "wild girl," also called Lain.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • The Knights and Cyberia and the madmen and the spooky murderous children seem to be trails that don't lead anywhere in particular.

    Archive 2009-01-01

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