Infofiche

noun
A mutable, foldable, transparent plastic which can display images and text.
Origin
Abbreviation of ‘information’ and fiche (a card).
Source
A Memory Called Empire

Spimescape

noun
An augmented projection of the current locale.
Origin
Spime, an object that can be tracked in space and time.
Source
The Quantum Thief

Millenniaire

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

Retrostruct

noun
A record of an event created after the fact by combining data from multiple sources.
Origin
Portmanteau of ‘retroactive’ and ‘construct’.
Source
The One Who Was There

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

Fakebook

noun
A written document stored in electronic form.
Source
Light

Databall

noun
An encapsulated message sent over a digital communications network.
Source
The Girl Who Was Plugged In

Cryptosphere

noun proper
A networked worldwide data repository, containing the sum of recorded knowledge and populated by uploaded human minds.
Origin
Crypta (vault), from kruptós (hidden).
Source
Feersum Endjinn