A problem-solving routine for human behavior as it is exercised in the realm of networks and cyberspace. The first bionic codes were developed by Ebon Fisher based on a series of his theatrical experiments involving communication systems among audience members. Fisher's bionic codes have been formalized as a series of diagrams and statements that "float" in the infosphere in a variety of media.
Fisher's Codes also appear on stickers, T-shirts, the "ALULA Dimension" Web site, in a video, and as exhibits at art galleries in New York City. Go to this definition on NetLingo.com for a link to view some bionic codes.
NetLingo Classification: Net Technology
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