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  • noun A computer network.


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cyber- +‎ network


  • Any more might get me into the cybernetwork; any less might get some local constable annoyed with me.

    The Past Through Tomorrow

  • Somewhere below me, shortly after I set the autopilot on the indicated course and speed, analyzers in the cybernetwork would be telling their human operators that I was attempting to escape to the Free State of Hawaii, on such a course, such an altitude, and at max speed for that range - and that I would pass over the Pacific coast between San Francisco and Monterey in sixty-odd minutes unless intercepted.

    The Past Through Tomorrow

  • Set mostly in Mexico, Alex Rivera's sci-fi film Sleep Dealer takes place in a future in which it Mexican laborers work for America from their own side of the border by jacking into a virtual-reality cybernetwork.


  • The resulting benefits and extensive development of new communication methods inspired what was later to become an official cybernetwork dedicated to the subjects of Space Law and Public Technology Policy.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • By 2002 founder Njålsson had received several awards of recognition for the creation of such a cybernetwork and plans for revamping the site were commenced.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • The conversion of Spacepol from a volunteer-maintained information resource and cybernetwork in 2005 to a Quebec-registered commercial enterprise was largely a result of the strategic knowledge of the fields built up over time by Gunnar K.A. Njålsson and Spacepol fellow volunteers.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]


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