in·ter·pela·go (in′tər·pel′ə·gō′), n., pl. -gos.  1. any community of common purpose formed by individuals who work together in groups. 2. a cluster of individuals in groups forming a community of common purpose. 3. the online medium by which a community of individuals, clustered in groups, works toward a common purpose. 4. a community in which each works in relationship to the other. syn. private multi-constituency social network and online database. in·ter·pela·gize (in′tər·pel′ə·jīz′), —v.t. -ed, -ing. 5. to communicate, coordinate, and collaborate with others in a purposeful community.
interpelago, origs., 1. archipelago Aegean Sea, from Italian Arcipelago, literally, chief sea, from arci- (from Latin archi-) + Greek pelagos seaSea < Gr archi-, chief + pelagos, sea: see pelagic + Internet in·ter·net /in'tər·net/ 2. an electronic communications network that connects computer networks and organizational computer facilities around the world. 3. network of networks. 4. "No man is an island, entire of itself" Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions, Meditation XVII, John Donne (1572-1631). 5. San Juan Islands, Salish Sea WA, USA; Cortes Island, Gulf Islands BC, Canada; Manhattan, NYC, NY.