Spring Journal is the oldest Jungian psychology journal in the world. Published twice a year, each issue is organized around a theme and offers articles as well as book and film reviews in the areas of Jungian psychology, archetypal psychology, and mythology. This issue is dedicated to an exploration of technology, cyberspace, and the psyche. Combining Jungian and archetypal perspectives with the views of artificial intelligence and Internet pioneers, the volume penetrates the array of present and future innovations in search of their psychological implications. Connected or disconnected? Essays by Robert Romanyshyn, Mikita Brottman, Glen Mazis, and others take up this central question. Enter a virtual world, discover your smartphone transference, and consider living with robotsâall in Volume 80.