Last modified on 27 May 2014, at 12:26

cyberpioneer

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

cyber- +‎ pioneer

NounEdit

cyberpioneer (plural cyberpioneers)

  1. A pioneer of cyberspace.
    • 1999, Heike Hänlein, Studies in authorship recognition: a corpus-based approach
      I didn't know that much of what goes on online would turn out to be " utter drivel," as disillusioned cyberpioneer Clifford Stoll now concludes in his book Silicon Snake Oil, or "flame wars" of crude and escalating insults...
    • 2008 February 21, Stephanie Rosenbloom, “Sorry, Boys, This Is Our Domain”, New York Times:
      On the contrary, the cyberpioneers of the moment are digitally effusive teenage girls.
    • 2009, Catherine Kaputa, The female brand: using the female mindset to succeed in business (page 55)
      Indeed, teenage girls are the cyberpioneers of the Internet.