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  • n. Cyberspace and its penetration into the non-virtual world.


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  • Back in the day, there was Prodigy, CompuServe, AppleLink/eWorld.

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  • Instead, Apple launched its dismal proprietary eWorld system, while upstart Netscape took Apple's place as King of the Valley.

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  • Apple Computer built its online service, eWorld, into the vaunted (if less visible) Macintosh operating system.

    Next Up For Big Brother

  • APPLE COMPUTER'S NEW online service, eWorld, looks a lot like America Online except the opening screen is a cluster of cartoonlike buildings rather than a series of icons.

    Apple's Entry

  • There's a lot of promise here, but eWorld is still under construction.

    Apple's Entry

  • As of mid-1996. eWorld -- Apple's year-old online service with 120,000 subscribers -- will cease to exist in its present form and become a Web site instead.

    Adios, Eworld

  • # Thomas Armagoston 12 Aug 2006 at 9:33 am eWorld, yes.

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  • Excellent keynote this morning at BEA eWorld, from one of the architects who designed the internal portal for the Mars Rover missions.

    Fascinating, Captain...

  • This nostalgic moment brought to you by my finding my eWorld subscription & setup kits on the shelf while packing.

    i miss eWorld

  • Says Baxter, Four or five years ago in financial services, the common talk was that the old-line companies were hampered in moving to the eWorld by their legacy computer systems.

    Evolutionary Leadership


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