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  • adj. Pertaining to cyberspace.
  • n. A user of the Internet or virtual reality.


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cyber- + -ian, perhaps punningly from Siberian.


  • Computer bulletin boards, cyberpunk comic books, interactive videos, cyber-rock dance clubs and the acts of eco-terrorists and of employees who use computers to subvert the workplace are part of a cyberian universe whose gurus, interviewed here by Rushkoff, include Terence McKenna, Timothy Leary and R.U. Sirius, editor of Mondo 2000 magazine.

    December 2005

  • Publishers Weekly describes it thusly: This heady report takes readers on a dizzying and dangerous guided tour through "cyberspace," an unfolding terrain of digital information that, according to Rushkoff, is being tapped by a "cyberian counterculture" bent on redefining reality.

    December 2005

  • Recently at the Times we tried using a Web innovation called “wiki” — a shared-editing process very much in the cyberian spirit.

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