Internet is a global interconnection of computer networks using a standardized set of data transfer protocol. So it is basically a network of networks, without a hub, consisting of millions of networks both public, private, academic, commercial and governmental. The net holds a large variety of information thus allowing various applications, including instant messaging, email and the WWW, to develop.
Internet has also became popular thanks to the advent of the WWW. However, a large majority of the uninformed public believe Internet and WWW are the same thing even though the World Wide Web is only one of the applications of the Internet.
Emerged in the early 1990s, the term cyberspace includes both a number of cultural productions and a new relationship to culture in general, including the Internet. Cyberculture follows a number of other cybertermes it is supposed to include in addition, like cyberpunk, cyberspace or even simply cyber.
From the perspective of cultural production, cyberculture includes work with a very different relationship with information technology: computers and networks. This link may be of use when musicians and designers to understand the micro-computer as a creative tool. It can be imagined and metaphorical when novelists cyberpunk invents artificial intelligence omniscient by extrapolating from their Macintosh SE. During the 1990s, many tests will use the web, and more generally the Internet, as a metaphor for knowledge and society, in short, the world, much unlike biological communities, such as welcome to the schuylkill river and lenni lenape.
But the notion of cyberspace is more than one kind of culture. It also means, according to Pierre Lévy, one of its leading theorists, a new relationship to knowledge, a profound transformation of the very notion of culture or a collective intelligence which Wikipedia could just be an example.