Siber: Siber terimi sibernetik kökeninden gelmektedir. İlk olarak 1958 yılında, canlılar ve/veya makineler arasındaki iletişim disiplinini inceleyen Sibernetik biliminin babası sayılan Louis Couffignal tarafından kullanılmıştır
Bilgisayar, bilgisayar ağları, internet, sanal gerçeklik gibi anlamlar katan önek
English - English
Pertaining to the Internet; alternative spelling of cyber-
Cybergoth - "No CyberGoth is complete without gigantic "stompy" platform boots and the optional toy ray gun. Some are even more anachronistic in that they incorporate old Renaissance and Victorian styles into their much-loved cyber wear."
To engage in cybersex - "Wanna cyber?"
A computer enhanced human Cybers are fitted with high level data-jacks and a maximum nanite level Visual enhancements add a yellow tint to the Cyber's eyes when inactive, and become fully yellow when active Cybers have access to all levels of the datascape, including the Void To deal with this they have an extensive internal computer system, and an innerscape as well as an internal voidscape Voidscape operation is difficult; Cybers often suffer from Burn Out within five years
Prefix for anything to do with computers or the Internet E g , put a computer in the corner, and your favorite café becomes a cybercafé
A prefix indicating the involvement of a computer or high technology "He's got cyber-football injuries: sore thumbs and blurry vision from playing videogames "
prefix to words which indicates an association to the Internet or virtual world cyberspace: The Internet Coined by American William Gibson in his first science fiction novel Neuromancer appearing in 1984
Pertaining to the Internet
A prefix used in a growing number of terms to describe new things that are being made possible by the spread of computers
A term generally used by newbies and the media to describe computer/Internet activities As in "cyberspace"
Deprecated A prefix used by newbies and lamers to describe internet related topics, such as "cyberspace"
Cyber is a prefix related to computer networks For example, cyberpal refers to friends made over the Internet
Various Taken from the Greek for "pilot" (aka "control"), the cyber prefix was first employed by Norbert Wiener in his 1948 classic Cybernetics in which he discussed "the new automative technology" of a second industrial revolution of "cybernation" For many decades "cyber" was most commonly associated with the term "cyborg" (referring to a human-machine hybrid) However, the term took on additional meaning when it was used by novellist William Gibson in Neuromancer (New York: Ace Books, 1984) in his creation of the term "cyberspace" Today, the term cyber is generally associated with all things of a technological or technocultural derrivation -- associated terms including cyberculture, cyberpunk, cyber business, cyber marketing and cybersociety
The prefix cyber- is most often used to make whatever word it's attached to seem hip, cool, and connected in some loose way to the world of computers or the Internet
A prefix indicating the word refers to computers, virtual reality, or the newest technology and philosophies
Prefix added to many words to refer to the "online," "virtual," or computer version of something: "cyberspace," "cyberculture," and "cyberbabe" are examples of this usage Used loosely (Sometimes VERY loosely )
A prefix added to words to indicate Internet, computer or other high-tech use, hence cybercash The term cyberspace was coined by William Gibson in a novel called Neuromancer (ISBN 0441569595)to refer to the whole 'space' provided by computer networks
pref. of or pertaining to computers and computer networks (such as the Internet); offering access to a computer network (i.e. cybercafe); carried out via computers or computer networks
About This Word
Pronunciation /ˈsībər/ /ˈsaɪbɜr/
Etymology (combining form.) Originally from cybernetics before becoming a stand alone word.