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- adj. Of or pertaining to technosociety.
Every story is simultaneously a cracking yarn, a thoughtful piece of technosocial criticism, and a bag of eyeball kicks that'll fire your imagination.
Nick Redfern senses something afoot in the technosocial zeitgeist.
This chapter reports on an ethnographic study of keitai users in the greater Tokyo area, examining new social practices in mobile email communication, and how they are constituting technosocial situations that alter definitions of co-presence and the experience of urban space.
A Words of the Year list commissioned by the Oxford University Press included a number of words from our familiar technosocial corner, according to the Telegraph.
What's going on in the US isn't, it's clear to me, a measured and equally valid selection from the sheaf of available technosocial possibilities, but symptomatic, however subtly, of a headlong flight from contemporaneity.
Regarding the Roswell crash's technosocial impact being "too subtle" for Shostak's taste, it's worth noting that technological forecasters such as Ray Kurzweil argue that technology even a few centuries ahead of our own will likely underscore Arthur C. Clarke's maxim that "any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic" -- in which case classified laboratories could still be attempting to make sense of the Roswell debris in order to reproduce it for military or industrial applications.