10 definitions by man machine

(Read: two point oh | two point zero)

Marketing catchphrase/buzzword than, when attached to a name, implies an "improved" or "superior" product than it's predicesor.

When used in comparisons like ' A is B 2.0" ,' it's like saying "B" is like "A" only "better."
SUVs are station wagons 2.0.

George Bush and Osama bin Laden think they're Jesus Christ 2.0.
Por Man Machine 12 de agosto de 2007
1) A god-like eye that sees all and knows all, i.e. Big Brother.

2) The Eye of Sauron or the Eye of Providence, used derisively as a symbol of domestic surveillance, government conspiracy, or total information awareness.
Spotting the security camera domes, I felt the all-seeing eye looking at me.
Por Man Machine 03 de agosto de 2007
1) A health or medical study that shows that a living person has a 100% of dying at some point in their life.

2) A reaction to a health or medical study that shows some substance causes illness.

3) Everything has some kind of consequence. Suck it up and deal with it!
First thing I learned in med-school was living causes death.
Por Man Machine 09 de agosto de 2007
1. (Proper noun) VeriChip corporation, the manufacturer of RFID chips.

2. (noun) The RFID chips themselves.

3. (verb) To get such an RFID implant.
1. I lost money on the VeriChip stock because of the cancer scare.

2. Do you think I can get a verichip in my nose?

3. I got my cat verichiped in case she runs away.
Por Man Machine 11 de septiembre de 2007
A question of cause-and-effect or sequence of actions, possibly unanswerable.

From the eternal question "Which came first, the chicken or the egg?"
Did an earthquake cause the mine collapse, or was the collapse itself registered as the quake? This could be a chicken-or-egg problem.
Por Man Machine 12 de agosto de 2007
meat + bot. A robot made out of meat, aka "human."

Specifically, a mindless human automaton who works as a wage slave for a corporation.
That girl used to be quite a talented artist until she became a marketing meatbot.
Por Man Machine 09 de agosto de 2007
The long way to spell RFID. Also, mnemonic on how to pronounce it other than saying the letters one at a time.

Used primarily by Wired.
Wired's Arphid Watch blog has the lates RFID news.
Por Man Machine 11 de septiembre de 2007

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