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Symposium De Virtual Webster defines cyberspace to be the online world of computer networks which only makes you believe that Webster has no clue what its talking about Yes it is a large network but it is oh so much more It has its problems such as cyber crime hacking invasion of privacy and other things that need regulations but the main grandeur of the Internet is spectacular My Point of view differs from any I know which makes cyberspace the concept of concepts If a survey were being done on how people experience cyberspace you would immediately notice that no two answers would be the same Experiencing cyberspace is something that is different for every person I myself experience cyberspace psychologically I experience it in my mind There have been many attempts at trying to define the complex term but up to date no one has pinned the tail on the donkey There cannot be one solid definition for a word that possesses so many meanings I personally associate the word cyberspace with the idea of being able to travel to distant places without ever leaving my chair which I rarely do Obviously I know that there is no way of visiting different places or countries using my home computer but in my mind when I see the location that I am connected to it feel as though a part of me is there The best part is that I can switch from place to place without having to walk a single inch of land I dont feel a sense of distance or location except when it takes a long time to connect to a host When I travel from place to place site to site I dont cover any known physical distances but instead I cover visual distance Just as many people do I refer to the places that I visit as virtual worlds I like calling them this because I
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