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digidummy (noun) : A person who has no concept of the technological digital world.
My mom admits to being a first class digidummy.
Submitted by: K. from Tennessee on Apr. 12, 2008 12:44
diginomics (noun) : (dij’i-nom’iks) [digital + economics] the technological and social development toward an all-digital economy conducted electronically in all financial dealings between buyer and seller; a cashless society where all financial transactions are conducted electronically.
Today’s college freshman knows nothing of a world without the Internet and diginomics. evolving digital economics! —Wallace R. Wood, www.nstahouston.org/INTROPAK-Global.pdf, 2004-2005
Submitted by: Wallace R. Wood from Texas on Jul. 21, 2007 18:13
digiphobic (adjective) : afraid of or reluctant to use digital devices
Submitted by: Will from Louisiana on Jan. 10, 2012 08:14
digitaintment (noun) : online entertainment
The harmful effects of digitaintment and screen addiction is also beginning to get the attention of psychologists, neuroscientists and other mental health professionals. —Sushil Rungta, medium.com, April 16, 2017
Submitted by: Sushil Rungta from California on May. 31, 2017 10:58
digital breadcrumbs (noun) : a digital record of Internet activity
There are always digital breadcrumbs left behind after an Internet session.
Submitted by: J.C. Moore from Pennsylvania on Dec. 30, 2008 14:10
digital globe (noun) : a sphere-shaped digital display screen
Like the old-school globes once common in classrooms, digital globes vary in size. —MARK VANHOENACKER, New York Times, 07 Jan 2013
Submitted by: on Sep. 14, 2013 07:16
digital lint (other) : files or programs left from downloading and uploading and uninstalling software
Due to frequent downloads in the computer, the digital lints are harming the efficiency of the runtime.
Submitted by: GV from North Carolina on Feb. 07, 2009 16:08
Digiteer (noun) : A person who processes digital images.
Pam has become quite the digiteer.
Submitted by: Pamcredible from Alabama on Feb. 03, 2008 11:55
dignitarian (noun) : n. a person who advocates for a dignitarian society, one whose conduct and attitudes are dignitarian
There is a movement among dignitarians to overcome rankism and create a dignitarian world —Robert Fuller, "Somebodies and Nobodies", 2003
Submitted by: Barbara Morris from New York on Nov. 06, 2005 18:41
dignitycide (noun) : Crime committed against the self by participants in UK's Big Brother, or anyone who gets embarrassingly drunk in a public place.
Jane Doe committed dignitycide when she stripped off in front of millions.
Submitted by: Anonymous on Dec. 16, 2005 14:33