Definitions

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  • n. Culture as influenced by technology, especially computer technology and the Internet.

Etymologies

techno- +‎ culture (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • In many ways, this intense concern is emblematic of the collective dream of pop technoculture less from from Star Trek and more to World of Warcraft.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Was the Colorado tragedy a legacy of our technoculture: Doom, "Natural Born Killers," hate-amplifying Web sites and pipe-bomb plans from the Net?

    Loitering On The Dark Side

  • Additional expertise in new media, new media technologies, and nontraditional ways of disseminating writing would be an advantage, as would professional experience in science writing or writing about technoculture.

    books received: the well-built city trilogy

  • Actually, the first ever reader comment posted to Jewlicious was written by Douglas Rushkoff, who at the time was contributing to Jew School and who, by the way, despite being a technoculture enthusiast, only began blogging after my repeated insistence that he do so.

    Let It Be Said: We Run This Bitch | Jewschool

  • The results carry more than a whiff of the pretentious (one recent NYU Press book "places rap music, the Alien trilogy, and Sandra Cisneros in the context of postcolonialism, identity politics, and technoculture"), but academe's newfound interest in fashion is a more or less delightful development.

    Clothes-Minded

  • Buckminster Fuller, Gregory Bateson, and the links between the new communalist, back-to-the-land movement of the '60s and '70s and the technoculture of the '90s and beyond.

    The Chicago Blog: November 2006 Archives

  • Another piece on sexuality and technoculture appeared in this Sunday's New York Times.

    Information, Culture, Policy, Education:

  • I would say that Telstar satellite was the first and most important robot as it catalyzed the genesis of our electronically interconnected technoculture that has increasingly made many "Meat World" technologies obsolete.

    CR4 - Recent Forum Threads and Blog Entries

  • (Jandek and William Eggleston) who allow everyday snapshots such as these to circulate as objets d'art; the music (or certain music) itself that also reflects a larger sociological/cultural compulsion overlapping significantly with the ideas represented in these photos; and the technologies and technoculture that greatly facilitate the way we see them as nostalgic objects.

    marathonpacks

  • Hollinger has published many articles on science fiction, with particular attention to feminist science fiction, postmodernism, queer theory and technoculture studies.

    University of California, Riverside Campus News

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