an explanation of the events surrounding the introduction of new technology, including breakthrough or launch, peak of inflated expectations, disillusionment, understanding and enlightenment, productivity plateau.
created by Gartner Group analyst Jackie Fenn
[hahyp] /haɪp/ Informal. verb (used with object), hyped, hyping. 1. to stimulate, excite, or agitate (usually followed by up): She was hyped up at the thought of owning her own car. 2. to create interest in by flamboyant or dramatic methods; promote or publicize showily: a promoter who knows how to hype a prizefight. 3. […]
[hahypt-uhp] /ˈhaɪptˈʌp/ adjective, Informal. 1. intensively or excessively stimulated or exaggerated: an economy hyped-up by arms spending. adjective
noun a fear of responsibility; also called hypengyophobia See hypengyophobia Word Origin Greek hypengyos ‘responsible’
noun a fear of responsibility; also called hypegiaphobia See hypegiaphobia Word Origin Greek hypengyos ‘responsible’