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high touch

high touch
 adj.— «Big Brother is banished from Mr. Naisbitt’s 1980’s. On the contrary, to use his key words, the decade will be decentralized and high-touch, participatory and networked, filled with multiple options in an information society hooked to a world economy yielding blessings for all.» —“Good Times Coming” by Karl E. Meyer New York Times Dec. 26, 1982. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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