Wetware

 

Similar to hardware, but denotes a biological system, most commonly the human nervous system (see also dryware). [According to the Hacker's Dictionary its origin is probably the novels by Rudy Rucker].

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Similar to hardware, but denotes a biological system, most commonly the human nervous system (see also dryware). [Possible origin: Vacuum Flowers, Michael Swanwick, 1987].

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Similar to dryware, but denotes a biological system, most commonly a biont nervous system.

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