Interesting post here. I agree that “cyberspace” sounds weird and it doesn’t sit well with me either. A good majority of people have integrated online with “real-life” and it’s all about adapting and conforming to “life”. So “real-life” becomes integrated and includes online activity (communication, data finding etc) and so it becomes/reflects/changes “real-life” – that’s why digital dualism is impossible.

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  1. erin says:

    Thanks for reblogging 🙂

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