Antimeme

noun
An entity or phenomenon which harvests and consumes information, particularly information about itself.
Origin
Meme, a unit of cultural information transmitted from one mind to another.
Source
There Is No Antimemetics Division

Sweedack

interjection
Contraction of je suis d’accord.
Origin
Popularised by French Canadian hockey players in the twenty-first century.
Source
The Shockwave Rider

Millenniaire

noun
A person who possesses a fortune of time.
Origin
Portmanteau of ‘millennium’ and ‘millionaire’.
Source
The Quantum Thief

Kleggich

noun
Menial work done for the communal good.
Source
The Dispossessed

Oophase

adjective
Of a child: born after the waning years of the On-Off sun.
Origin
Abbreviation of ‘out of phase’.
Source
A Deepness in the Sky

Resimulation

noun
A reconstruction of a deceased person of historic note, created from their corpus of documented works.
Origin
Coined with allusion to reincarnation.
Source
Accelerando

Freeboot

verb
Recreational use of the anti-cancer drug Reboot™ for the purpose of experiencing its notable gender-reassignment side effect.
Source
Changes

Sensawunda

noun informal
A street drug that stimulates rapid cognition, having novotrophin-B and MDMA as ingredients.
Origin
Phonetic transcription of “sense-a-wonder”.
Source
Accelerando

Ractor

noun
A professional performer of interactive fiction.
Origin
Abbreviation of ‘interactive (“ractive”) actor’.
Source
The Diamond Age

Synthespian

noun
A computer-generated artificial actor appearing in motion pictures.
Origin
Portmanteau of ‘synthetic’ and ‘thespian’.
Source
Idoru

Musicometer

noun
A device allowing the operator to compose music automatically.
Origin
Derived from metron (measure).
Source
We

Versificator

noun
A device for composing songs entirely by mechanical means.
Origin
Pairing of ‘verse’ with the French suffix -ificateur (to realise an action).
Source
Nineteen Eighty-Four