I’m collecting examples of nature metaphors used to describe
cyberspace and the internet and it’s turning out to be a giant task so I would really appreciate some help.
Continue reading Request for nature metaphors in cyberspace
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Can’t resist posting this cartoon from xkcd. Although it’s not strictly about cyberspace, it could be!
(via Bill Thompson on Facebook)