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a person who is enthusiastic about new technology

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Perhaps Arthur is too much of a technophile to do what Marx did and look not just at the "forces of production" but also at the "relations of production": the combination of class struggle, clashing of economic interests, politics, psychology, and pure human orneriness that, for Marx, defined how innovation would develop as much as or more than the autopoietic inner play of technology.
From the newest generation of video game consoles to the latest MP3 players, our selections will please everyone from the technophile to the inner child.
In the hands of a security specialist in computer forensics or an avid technophile, these reader aids can be edifying and valuable.
A couple of familiar faces return, including touchy technophile Chloe (Mary Lynn Rajskub), and Jack's paramour from last season, Department of Defense operative Audrey (Kim Raver), who literally spends the first four hours standing around doing nothing (nice work if you can get it).
Benigno Beltran talks about bandwidth, e-trading and income streams with the ease of a Silicon Valley technophile, yet the ever-present smell of burning garbage betrays his surroundings.
Quite why this would appeal to your average technophile is another matter.
As any technophile will attest, cool gadgets often appear with gusto but disappear after enjoying only a few brief moments in the spotlight.
a self-described technophile who, along with chancellor John Arnold of Halifax, devised the protocol for the vote, reported to the meeting that 97 per cent of eligible voters had cast an electronic ballot and that none of the votes were spoiled.
Whether you're a Luddite, a technophile, or a curious observer, this wide-ranging book, written in a literate and lucid style, will have you rethinking the conventional optimism that surrounds technological change.
We have some way to go, then, before we aspire to the role of a New Yorker cartoon's technophile chief executive on the way out of his office:
Last week we heard entrepreneur, angel investor, and technophile Prashant Gulati reveal the 10 things he doesn't want to hear from wannabe business-builders seeking his cash.
Kurzweil, a prolific and successful inventor and entrepreneur who has written several books on the future of technology, tries hard not be a knee-jerk technophile.
Ussery considers both operations he oversees equally important but, as a technophile, is more drawn to the HDNet business due to its hightech nature and growth potential.
He isn't a wide-eyed technophile, transfixed by the technology and the processes that the Web has fostered.
Work from confidence rather than fear, because if you know your business you are just as much an expert in your field as any lawyer, technophile, HR person, accountant, or engineer.