About Cyber1 Network Media (Cyber1.net)

About Cyber1 Network Media (Cyber1.net)

Cyber1 Network Media (Cyber1.net) was established in 2012 as a subsidiary to engineering firm Dream Cutter LLC, and it has evolved into a portal to many internet research and development projects. Using the latest trend patterns our engineers identify theme oriented, keyword sensitive branding prospects and develop associative merchandising assets and broad spectrum topic coverage to build image recognition and multidimensional domain authority. Our clients purchase our brand and IP assets to augment new product launch and start-up organizations to help propel their concepts to ready and anticipating markets.

The sidebar link scroller connects to many of our properties. Each site will have a unique logo, subject matter content and unique feature assets such as virtual scenes in webgl or custom android apps,original games,3d animated content, video and audio and interactive 4D media. Feel free to explore the theme based sites. We are developing each as we go, however you may see the default Drupal template to undeveloped sites. All of our original media including graphics, 3d media,software, and audio is copyright copyright Dream Cutter LLC. Some media incorporates third party licensed assets. We license our assets on a variety of terms and exclusivity conditions. All sales, license and licensing questions should be directed to mail.cyber1.net@gmail.com or domainsales@dreamcutter.com

Cyber1 Network Media (Cyber1.net and Cyber0.com) and is not affiliated with Cyber1.org, or the PLATO computer platform networks developed by University of Illinois, CDC and NSF starting in 1960's. Many people land here because the domain was affiliated to Novanet at one time. It is a fascinating story and you can learn more on the history of Cyber1 and the groundbreaking NovaNet that made the PLATO platform popular with early video game developers including Dungeons and Dragons and Empire is at Wikipedia here:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PLATO_(computer_system).
If you were a prior user of the Cyber1.net mail system, rest assured your mail is going to a dead inbox, there is a lot of traffic to that smpt so many users still are sending to the mail@cyber1.net dommain so its best to have your correspondence updated. If you are interested in this or other Cyber1 Domains, please contact the publisher at mail.cyber1.net@gmail.com

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