Overspire The experience of too much inspiration, resulting in no further gains in creativity. Techapropism The appropriation of computer terminology to describe real-life experiences.
Straddle Generation Neither Digital Natives nor wholly Digital Immigrants; they were born in the s and will be the last people to remember life without the Internet. After she got text-dumped, Stacey was determined to only date Straddle Gen guys. Wagging the Crowd Purposeful manipulation of ratings on crowd-based voting systems like Yelp.
Condition Creep The degree to which each generation loosens their privacy settings and becomes more at ease with purveyors of big data. Lens Amnesia The experience of forgetting one is viewing reality through a particular technological lens. George was shocked to discover that Rebecca had blurred out an unfortunate mole constellation in her profile photos. Annotation Dependence The contention that everything ought to be gilded in supporting text. Looking up from the Google Map, Brady was discomfited to find himself in a baffling network of poorly labeled streets.
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Super-Sanction The act of granting worth or authenticity to something by upping its digital presence. For example, broadcasting images of the food one is about to consume. Related to an Englightenment bias that presumes making information available is akin to making it valuable. Before tucking in, the men gave their steaks a super-sanction on Instagram.
Cloud Faith The assumption that algorithms and crowd-sourced data will invariably derive more meaningful outcomes. Long ago Derek had decided to choose movies based on cloud faith.
Betaphobia The fear of missing out on the first wave of a new technology. Carlos got a serious hit of betaphobia when he saw her robotic dog ambling over to meet them. Slownet Programs that allow users to limit their access to online content. Mariko kept on getting sucked into Katy Perry videos so she jacked up her Slownet settings. Flashcard Confessional A genre of video in which the creator—typically a teenaged female—confesses private trauma through a series of flashcards bearing Sharpie text.
The whole school saw her flashcard confessional so now she was a loser and an attention whore, too.
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Staccato Love A relationship maintained by short and detached bursts of intensely affectionate messaging. MiniGen A distinct group of people born within five years of each other. Deja-Zeitgeist The sense that all content is now merely a revision of content from earlier decades.
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Derivaphilia The love of derivative content over original content. Did you see the Dr. Who t-shirt Liam made?
I thought Derek knew a lot about sea slugs but it turned out he was just tandem talking. Unmember To offload a memory from brain to computer. Julie kept texting while I was talking about my dog, so I started texting, too.
Exists in two varietals: Limited Compound Distraction refers to a moment of positive feedback distraction i. Bailey kept texting while I was telling him about the exam so I started Tweeting about it instead whereas Assumed Compound Distraction refers to a pre-determined atmosphere of distraction wherein sustained, meaningful interaction feels awkward and unwelcome.
Harry and Bryce mumbled to each other about Iran while scrolling through the news on their respective phones. Micro Death The state of waiting for a technology to complete an internal process, of being put on hold by a computer. Phone Leash The limit from home that one can travel without a phone before anxiety kicks in. One wonders if an effect of our overweening obsession with mobile technology might not be a dearth of absence, but an overabundance of it.
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