televillage

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

tele- +‎ village

NounEdit

televillage (plural televillages)

  1. A communal site containing telecottages where teleworkers can work.
    • 1996, Werner B. Korte, Richard Wynne, Telework: Penetration, Potential and Practice in Europe (page 274)
      [] they have had to restrict the televillage to an initial development of thirty four houses instead of the originally envisaged four hundred.
    • 2000, James O. Wheeler, Yuko Aoyama, Barney Warf, Cities in the telecommunications age: the fracturing of geographies (page 88)
      The final area where new media policy is becoming directly linked with policies for particular urban spaces is the emergence of information districts and urban televillages.
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