Kleggich

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

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

Visicastor

noun
A video broadcaster.
Origin
Formed from visio (vision) and ‘broadcast’.
Source
Second Foundation