American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The world of computers and those who use them.
- n. informal The world of computers and the people associated with them.
- computer + -dom (Wiktionary)
“Power NetworksAS A RELATIVELY NEW industry, the leadership of computerdom might be expected to be more gender-diverse.”
“The Netflix viewing software, like all the others, has a full-screen mode that expands the picture to fill the entire display, eliminating all vestiges of computerdom.”
“But then perhaps it was natural that such an institution should survive here in the very citadel of computerdom; in the gigantic world corporation that handled Multivac.”
“The insistence on accurate spelling at modern schools is an effort to invest a living language % vith rigor mortis, and to prepare a rhapsodic means of self-expression for the glacial corridors of computerdom.”
“It's no technological powerhouse, but for $20 at Walmart (and more retailers soon), it'll shut those kids up in the backseat without sacrificing your beloved Nintendo DS to Barbie computerdom.”
“However, I think that there are a few folks here like yourself, you seem to be VERY grounded in the network engineering / administration realm (probably more, but that's what I gathered) & know what they're about to one degree or another in this post about computerdom.”
“I wish i had another comatose 3G to try a fix on it, whilst i sure hope i don't reacquire the bug! most painful two weeks of computerdom for me, and i have had some real doozies.”
“Dennis LiuI posit that there is no software application in the entirety of computerdom less sexy than Microsoft Office.”
“- I posit that there is no software application in the entirety of computerdom less sexy than Microsoft Office.”
“This one trods the most familiar ground in computerdom, pitting Apple (AAPL) Macs running OS X against PCs running Microsoft (MSFT) Windows.”
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