cyberscape

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

cyber- +‎ scape

NounEdit

cyberscape (plural cyberscapes)

  1. The virtual landscape of cyberspace; the face of computer networking.
    • 1997, Margaret E Crahan, Alberto Vourvoulias-Bush, The city and the world: New York's global future
      Several factors are driving this transformation of New York City's cyberscape.
    • 1999, Kristine Blair, Pamela Takayoshi, Feminist cyberscapes
      The contributors to this collection take up this challenge in mapping a feminist cyberscape.
    • 2003, S Elizabeth Bird, The audience in everyday life
      They warn each other about the dangers involved in anonymous chat rooms, and compare their community to the otherwise bleak cyberscape.

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