65 Cyberspace Quotes On Success In Life

These cyberspace quotes will inspire you. Cyberspace is a concept describing a widespread interconnected digital technology.

Below you will find a collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging cyberspace quotes, cyberspace sayings, and cyberspace proverbs.

Best Cyberspace Quotes

  1. “Cyberspace. A consensual hallucination.” ~ William Gibson
  2. “This is just the beginning, the beginning of understanding that cyberspace has no limits, no boundaries.” ~ Nicholas Negroponte
  3. “The internet was supposed to liberate knowledge, but in fact it buried it, first under a vast sewer of ignorance, laziness, bigotry, superstition and filth and then beneath the cloak of political surveillance. Now…cyberspace exists exclusively to promote commerce, gossip and pornography. And of course to hunt down sedition. Only paper is safe. Books are the key. A book cannot be accessed from afar, you have to hold it, you have to read it.” ~ Ben Elton
  4. “The Internet is becoming the town square for the global village of tomorrow.” ~ Bill Gates

  5. “Cyberspace. A consensual hallucination experienced daily by billions of legitimate operators, in every nation, by children being taught mathematical concepts.” ~ William Gibson
  6. “I think that in an age where so much information is flying through cyberspace, we all have to be aware of the fact that some information which is sensitive, which does affect the security of individuals and relationships, deserves to be protected and we will continue to take necessary steps to do so.” ~ Hillary Clinton
  7. “As the world is increasingly interconnected, everyone shares the responsibility of securing cyberspace.” ~ Newton Lee
  8. “Cyberspace is an accident of the real. Virtual reality is the accident of reality itself.” ~ Paul Virilio

  9. “We will create a civilization of the Mind in Cyberspace. May it be more humane and fair than the world your governments have made before.” ~ John Perry Barlow
  10. “In cyberspace, 95 per cent of what you read is hearsay.” ~ David Tang
  11. “Cyberspace is the funhouse mirror of our own society.” ~ Bruce Sterling
  12. “Getting information off the Internet is like taking a drink from a fire hydrant.” ~ Mitchell Kapor

  13. “Cyberspace can’t compensate for real space. We benefit from chatting to people face to face.” ~ Jonathan Sacks
  14. “”Cyberspace is everting.” It’s interpenetrating our everyday reality to the point that on-line is our normal waking state.” ~ William Gibson
  15. “I have spent most of my adult life proving that I existed. A blog is an accessible way of doing this – there is a date and place in cyberspace that I existed a year ago, to the day, and the proof is still there.” ~ Lemn Sissay
  16. “In Cyberspace, the First Amendment is a local ordinance.” ~ John Perry Barlow

  17. “I used to think that cyberspace was fifty years away. What I thought was fifty years away, was only ten years away. And what I thought was ten years away… it was already here. I just wasn’t aware of it yet.” ~ Bruce Sterling
  18. “The cyberspace ‘earnings’ I get from Linux come in the format of having a Network of people that know me and trust me, and that I can depend on in return.” ~ Linus Torvalds
  19. “I come from Cyberspace, the new home of Mind. On behalf of the future, I ask you of the past to leave us alone. You are not welcome among us. You have no sovereignty where we gather.” ~ John Perry Barlow
  20. “Cyberspace undeniably reflects some form of geography.” ~ Sandra Day O’Connor

  21. “The right to express one’s views, practice one’s faith, peacefully assemble with others to pursue political or social change – these are all rights to which all human beings are entitled, whether they choose to exercise them in a city square or an Internet chat room. And just as we have worked together since the last century to secure these rights in the material world, we must work together in this century to secure them in cyberspace.” ~ Hillary Clinton
  22. “A graphic representation of data abstracted from the banks of every computer in the human system. Unthinkable complexity. Lines of light ranged in the nonspace of the mind, clusters and constellations of data. Like city lights, receding.” ~ William Gibson
  23. “One Body, Many Blogs is a nifty look at the mission to cyberspace that Christians, obedient to the Spirit, have undertaken! Read it and be inspired!” ~ Mark P. Shea
  24. “Something there is in cyberspace that doesn’t love an apostrophe.” ~ Mary Norris

  25. “About 90 percent of what’s out there in cyberspace is hearsay – or lies – and opinion, often misinformed opinion, and it’s all repeated over and over again.” ~ David Tang
  26. “Cyberspace is the battlefield of tomorrow… Instead of confronting us head-to-head on the traditional battlefield, adversaries will confront the U.S. at its point of least resistance- our information infrastructure.” ~ Fred Thompson
  27. “No outdoor sports can be more elegant than throwing stones at autocracy; no melees can be more exciting than those in cyberspace.” ~ Ai Weiwei
  28. “In cyberspace things are built out of light.” ~ Terence McKenna

  29. “Cyberspace is colonising what we used to think of as the real world. I think that our grandchildren will probably regard the distinction we make between what we call the real world and what they think of as simply the world as the quaintest and most incomprehensible thing about us.” ~ William Gibson
  30. “Modern cyberspace is a deadly festering swamp, teeming with dangerous programs such as ‘viruses,’ ‘worms,’ ‘Trojan horses’ and ‘licensed Microsoft software’ that can take over your computer and render it useless.” ~ Dave Barry
  31. “Sometimes I think we’re on this world for three reasons: to be useful, to tell each other stories and to collect stuff. It’s the only explanation for eBay. We love to collect stuff, and at least if we’re collecting stuff in cyberspace we’re not deforesting the Sierra Nevada.” ~ Paul Saffo
  32. “Cyberspace is acting like God and deals with the idea of God who is, sees and hears everything.” ~ Paul Virilio

  33. “Authoritarian governments are now trying to ensure that the increasingly free flow of ideas and information through cyberspace fuels their economies without threatening their political power.” ~ Ian Bremmer
  34. “I am fascinated by all the new technology that creates places for us to meet in what is called cyberspace. I understand what it must have meant for the rebellions in the 19th century, especially in 1830 and 1848, when the mass circulated newspaper became so important for the spreading of information.” ~ Henning Mankell
  35. “Instead of mindlessly tossing billions at or taking billions from the Net as such, investors should be spending their time making sure that it’s the future Fords and General Motors of cyberspace that are getting the capital they need.” ~ James Surowiecki
  36. “The curse of cyberspace is that everything we want to preserve will get lost and everything we want to lose will be preserved.” ~ Paul Saffo

  37. “Everything will come true in cyberspace. That’s the whole idea. What cyberspace is, on one level, it’s simply the human imagination vivified, hardwired.” ~ Terence McKenna
  38. “The search for truth in cyberspace will take you through the wormhole, and there’s nothing on the other side but pedants and nitpickers and bottomless ambiguity. If you’re not careful, you’ll spend all your time proving everything and understanding nothing.” ~ Mike Rowe
  39. “There is a deadening conformity in the culture of cyberspace in which we don’t intend to participate.” ~ Michael Kinsley
  40. “Cyberspace is – or can be – a good, friendly and egalitarian place to meet.” ~ Douglas Adams

  41. “New landscape of personal media has given us a vaster wasteland of cyberspace. But, luckily for us, there’s some really wonderful stuff in it. And if history is any guide, as the media matures, the quality will continue to go up.” ~ Esther Dyson
  42. “Cyberspace is the human transition into a mathematical super space where we as a collectivity become optionally a single point of view.” ~ Terence McKenna
  43. “The simulator is the stage in-between television and virtual reality, a moment, a phase. The simulator is a moment that leads to cyberspace, that is to say, to the process because of which we now have two bottles instead of one. I might not see this virtual bottle, but I can feel it. It is settled within reality. This explains why the word virtual reality is more important than the word cyberspace, which is more poetic.” ~ Paul Virilio
  44. “The simulator is an object in itself, which is different from televison and leads to cyberspace.” ~ Paul Virilio

  45. “[Bill Clinton] was the man, as a matter of fact, who, in terms of the Communications Decency Act, which would have made the Internet, the whole concept of cyberspace, vulnerable to rampant censorship – he pushed that bill, and I know the man in the Justice Department whom he persuaded – the guy didn’t want to lose his job – to write the bill.” ~ Nat Hentoff
  46. “One of the things that’s attractive about cyberspace is that it can be construed as no threat. If you see it through the video game keyhole, the amusement keyhole, the entertainment keyhole, it is no threat. If you see it through the LSD keyhole, the consciousness-expanding keyhole, it’s like electronic drugs: it is a threat.” ~ Jerry Garcia
  47. “The thing of being able to share somebody’s reality, which has so far been a matter of what communication is about, you know. Now it has gotten a whole new leg. It has gotten a thing of being able to actually step in somebody’s reality and walk through it like they do, experience it the way they do, specifically. The implications, to me, are immense. I mean, how far can it go? If you go into a complete, like a cyberspace model of some type, in which… you know the discussion about the mind and the interaction between the mind and the universe as a holographic phenomenon.” ~ Jerry Garcia
  48. “You reach into cyberspace and you grab some cyber stuff, build it up, and the computer will give you a 360 of it.” ~ Jerry Garcia

  49. “We need to wage this war against ISIS from the air, on the ground, and online, in cyberspace.” ~ Hillary Clinton
  50. “Essentially, there’s a universe inside your brain. The number of connections possible inside your brain is limitless. And as people have learned to have more managerial and direct creative access to their brains, they have also developed matrices or networks of people that communicate electronically. There are direct brain/computer link-ups. You can just jack yourself in and pilot your brain around in cyberspace-electronic space.” ~ Timothy Leary
  51. “Every time the diaphragm winks, the camera repeats the question that now travels through cyberspace and invades, as a modern virus, the memories of machines, men and women. The question that history sets forth. The question which forces us to define ourselves and whose answer makes us human: On which side are you?” ~ Subcomandante Marcos
  52. “There actually are buildings that existed in cyberspace before they built it.” ~ Howard Rheingold

  53. “Take cyberspace as an example. We had this wonderful utopian vision of a new home for the mind. What we’ve reaped isn’t cyberspace. It’s cyberbia. It’s this vast, bland wasteland of vulgar people and trivial ideas and pictures of half-naked starlets. But despite all the uncertainty, has there ever been a more fascinating moment to be alive?” ~ Paul Saffo
  54. “National law has no place in cyberlaw. Where is cyberspace? If you don’t like banking laws in the United States, set up your machine on the Grand Cayman Islands. Don’t like the copyright laws in the United States? Set up your machine in China. Cyberlaw is global law, which is not going to be easy to handle, since we seemingly cannot even agree on world trade of automobile parts.” ~ Nicholas Negroponte
  55. “All I knew about the word cyberspace when I coined it, was that it seemed like an effective buzzword. It seemed evocative and essentially meaningless. It was suggestive of something, but had no real semantic meaning, even for me, as I saw it emerge on the page.” ~ William Gibson
  56. “That’s how it is online—there’s no time in cyberspace. It’s almost like everything physical evaporates, and it’s just your mind and the different sites floating in a void.” ~ Tim Tharp

  57. “The future belongs to neither the conduit or content players, but those who control the filtering, searching and sense-making tools we will rely on to navigate through the expanses of cyberspace.” ~ Paul Saffo
  58. “Nursing has made great progress from being an occupation to becoming a profession in the 20th. Century. As the 21st. Century approaches, further progress will be reported and recorded in Cyberspace – The Internet being one conduit for that. Linking nurses and their information and knowledge across borders – around the world – will surely advance the profession of nursing much more rapidly in the next century” ~ Hildegard Peplau
  59. “We need to bridge our sense of loneliness and disconnection with a sense of community and continuity even if we must manufacture it from our time on the Web and our use of calling cards to connect long distance. We must “log on” somewhere, and if it is only in cyberspace, that is still far better than nowhere at all. (264)” ~ Julia Cameron
  60. “Cyberspace, especially, draws us into the instant.” ~ James Gleick

  61. “Like civil-rights protesters who sang rousing hymns as they were carried off to jail, Twitterers are bearing witness to what’s happening around them, and calling out into the darkness of cyberspace for confirmation. I’m here. You’re here, too. We are present.” ~ Douglas Rushkoff
  62. “Cyberattacks have become a permanent fixture on the international scene because they have become easy and cheap to launch. Basic computer literacy and a modest budget can go a long way toward invading a country’s cyberspace.” ~ Evgeny Morozov
  63. “Although personally, I think cyberspace means the end of our species.” ~ Michael Crichton

  64. “If cyberspace can screw with you, it will.” ~ Dana Stabenow
  65. “One of the big no-nos in cyberspace is that you do not go into a social activity, a chat group or something like that, and start advertising or selling things. This etiquette rule is an attempt to separate one’s social life, which should be pure enjoyment and relaxation, from the pressures of work.” ~ Judith Martin

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