Learning Path: Cyberculture - Reference from WhatIs.com


Learning Path: Cyberculture

Part of the Internet acronyms and lingo glossary:

CYBERCULTURE - abandonware - virtual community - chat acronyms - Dilbert - Easter egg - zine - idoru - Tamagotchi - dogcow - foo - cool - ooblick - nuking - emoticon - emoticons (Japanese) - fnord - nerd - propellor head - geek - geek speak - geekosphere - jolt - linkrot - Ghost - ghost site - gravesite - zombie - dead media - weenie - spod - spoof - troll - warez - drilldown - anime - SWAT Team - tiger team - skunkworks - netsplit - IPO - dog-food - zap - ripper - knowbot - Webify - eye candy - Melissa - webtone - cybrarian - stickiness - para-site - Internet time - sitelet - glitch - weblog - 404 - talker - worm - sneakernet - role-playing game - munge - reach - clicks and mortar - evergreen

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This was last updated in May 2008
Posted by: Margaret Rouse

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