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The mentality Of Homo interneticus: Some Ongian postulates (19 Jul 2004)
We may therefore think in terms of Homo oralis, Homo literalis, Homo typographicus, and then a new stage, which I will argue is just now emerging, Homo interneticus. (Of course these terms are still slightly facetious, in that unlike actually distinct biological species, members of these different groups can interbreed and bear fertile offspring. Still, considering for instance the popularity of Internet dating among members of the newest pseudo-species, in fact, their interbreeding with any of the other groups may be rare.)
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