Etymology Derived from the word information. Informationism and informationist (one who practices informationism) are first known to have arisen in the work of a group of Scottish poets in the 1994 book Contraflow on the SuperHighway?.<ref>Price 1993</ref> Since then use of the term has increased.
Quotations 2006. Kozzmo(blog). Informationism.1 :At present, informationism is considered a form of web-based terrorism, using blogs as a platform to initiate propagandist attacks. This definition, however is that generated by the
post-modernist. 2004. Habits of the High-Tech Heart, by Quentin Schultze: (ethicsdaily.com/article Book review by Ethics Daily) :Informationism: âa non-discerning, vacuous faith in â¦ information.â
2000. Heroux, Erick. The Ideology of Information & The Tactics of Literature. (Dissertation Abstract, Nov. 1 2000)2 :Informationism is identified as a significant emerging ideology.
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The informationists (Overview Contraflow on the SuperHighway?), by Richard Price. 1993.3 Informationism, In Urban Dictionary. Informationism, In Wikablog. blog The Informationist website informationism.org