A term coined by William Gibson to mean the virtual environment in which minds interact electronically, the common example of which is the World Wide Web.

Articles on that refer to Cyberspace

The Senses Have No Future By Hans Moravec
Global Cyberspace and Personal Memespace By Bruce Damer
2050 Global Normative Scenarios By Jerome C. Glenn and Theodore J. Gordon
Whither Psychoanalysis in a Computer Culture? By Sherry Turkle
Chapter 5: Kurzweil's Turing Fallacy By Thomas Ray
Tearing Toward the Spike By Damien Broderick
Chapter 9: What Turing Fallacy? By Ray Kurzweil
From The Enlightenment to N-Lightenment By Michael Buerger
Millennium 3000 Scenarios By Theodore J. Gordon and Jerome C. Glenn
We Are the Web By Kevin Kelly

News Articles that refer to Cyberspace

Adobe launches tool for creating 3-D Web worlds
EXTRO-5 event focuses on relinquishment
Vinge's 'True Names' classic to be reissued
Charting Virtual Worlds
Gamers set for sensory overload
Eddie Mars, Cybermouthpiece, Talks to His Creator
Web-based attacks could create chaos in the physical world
When Computers Attack
Space to think
21st Century's Grand Engineering Challenges Unveiled

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Atlas of Cyberspace