cybersphere

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cyber- +‎ sphere

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cybersphere (plural cyberspheres)

  1. (computing) The sphere of digital information.
    • 2007 August 19, Guy Trebay, “These Hills Still Talk to Him”, New York Times:
      The sexual frontier that once beckoned to adventurers as unalike as Gianni Versace and Michel Foucault has largely shifted to the cybersphere.
    • 2009 February 19, Guy Trebay, “Troubling Signs Around the Shows”, New York Times:
      Who would be first to record the very latest and most supercrucial bit of subtrivia to transmit to “friends” in the cybersphere?

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Last modified on 19 June 2013, at 12:07