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Origins of this content
This video by PerchysBigAdventure, responds to one of the earlier assignments—YouTube Is...?—given to students in LFYT 2007.
Digital rhetoric, as defined by fellow-blogger and UCSD Professor, Elizabeth Losh, "is not one but two literacies: a literacy of print and a literacy of the screen. In addition, work in one medium is used to enhance learning in the other."

"The word cyberspace was coined by the science fiction author William Gibson, when he sought a name to describe his vision of a global computer network, linking all people, machines and sources of information in the world, and through which one could move or 'navigate' as through a virtual space."[cit]
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"A Typical YouTube Experience," by PerchysBigAdventure