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  • n. Plural form of neo-Luddite.


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  • “His audience was an assemblage of nearly two hundred neo-Luddites and anarchists and socialists and freegans and steampunks and home-schoolers and folksingers and knitters and yak farmers.”

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  • Technophobes, neo-Luddites and anti-globalists be warned: You're on the wrong side of history.

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  • When did science fiction movies join the ranks of techno-phobic neo-Luddites?

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  • Financial neo-Luddites will emerge to smash the credit innovation machine in hope of preventing the pain that has already arrived.

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  • Analog Lost by Drew Terry on Sunday, Sep 21, 2008 at 2: 27: 57 AM neo-Luddites, welcome to digital television! by Tom Murphy on Sunday, Sep 21, 2008 at 7: 17: 07 PM

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  • But these self-proclaimed neo-Luddites start out from a wrongheaded premise: that computers themselves are evil.

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  • In light of this it is interesting that the neo-Luddites align themselves with a group that had no such reason for optimism.

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  • This places the neo-Luddites in an uncomfortable position.

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  • It is a telling fact that the neo-Luddites consist not of blue-collar workers, but elite symbol-shufflers who will never themselves be displaced by computers.

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  • But if you look at the population as a continuum, with the hackery ETech people at one end of the spectrum and the overloaded neo-Luddites at the other, there's a vast middle ground, some more open to remixing than others.



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