ae·ther [ee-ther]: noun 1. (arch. hypothesis) a fluid medium for the propagation of light. 2. A medium for the propagation of information (c.f. Ethernet).

ae·ther·wide [ee-ther-wahyd]: adj. universally accessible, requiring no attachment to a physical location or object; implies data security, a paperless existence, and archival redundancy. adv. securely extended to any Internet connection. "All my e-mail, photos, contacts, and documents are available aetherwide."


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