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  • noun Plural form of cyberspace.

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Examples

  • “All of cyberspaces is a stage, and all the men and women on the net are merely players: they have their exits and their entrances, their logins and passwords; And one man in his time plays many parts.”

    Danger, Will Robinson! « UDreamOfJanie

  • In the fiction of Norrath, both the player avatars and their NPC and mob electronic counterparts are constrained by political allegiances to various racial, religious, and factional groups that struggle for control of the cyberspaces of Norrath.

    May 2005

  • Given the diversity of religious and racial divisions, it is not surprising that the various cyberspaces of Norrath are hardly cohesive fictional polities, but instead are overlain with profound divisions, secret enclaves, and alliances between subgroups in order to further goals in larger struggles between "good" and "evil."

    Norrath's Fictional Factions

  • In the fiction of Norrath, both the player avatars and their NPC and mob electronic counterparts are constrained by political allegiances to various racial, religious, and factional groups that struggle for control of the cyberspaces of Norrath.

    Norrath's Fictional Factions

  • If Affero or something like it can spread beyond the open source technical support community, that elusive but all important quality Cory Doctorow calls “whuffie” could expand and circulate through social cyberspaces.

    Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » Enabling the Whuffie Economy since 2002: Affero’s Open Source Reputation Software

  • Given the diversity of religious and racial divisions, it is not surprising that the various cyberspaces of Norrath are hardly cohesive fictional polities, but instead are overlain with profound divisions, secret enclaves, and alliances between subgroups in order to further goals in larger struggles between "good" and "evil."

    May 2005

  • By any standard, the Chinese Internet is one of the most vibrant economic and social cyberspaces in the world.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Marc Smith: 'We sociologists don't like to use the term "community," particularly -- we like to refer to them as social cyberspaces.'

    langreiter.com simple plainness

  • The virtual campus is a place for research on crowd simulation and shared cyberspaces.

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  • The virtual campus is a place for research on crowd simulation and shared cyberspaces.

    WN.com - Articles related to Tourism revenues up 28% in first half - report

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