cybergeneration

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

cyber- +‎ generation

Noun[edit]

cybergeneration (plural not attested)

  1. The generation of people who grew up with computer technology and the Internet.
    • 1999, Indian Journal of American Studies (volume 29, page 18)
      At 75, he had become an icon for the cybergeneration, publishing three books on the cyberculture (Leary is fond of saying that "the PC is the LSD of the 90s.").
    • 2001, George Serban, Lying: Man's Second Nature (page 94)
      [] Jim, as part of the new cybergeneration, has been exposed, due to the Internet and to all multimedia communication, to the rapid proliferation of debates about political and social dishonesty []