A variation of yellow fever (which is derived from asian fever). It is the Asian version of jungle fever, where an individual (often white-male) is obsessed with individual(s) of Asian decent (often females).
He only eats sushi so he can check out the waitresses ... he's got a bad case of bamboo fever.
A: His last 3 girlfriends have been asian?
B: Yeah, his bamboo fever is out of control.
One who does not/can not see all the potential positive benefits of technology. These feelings are often derived from and can be attributed to a lifelong confusion towards complex systems and products. Members of this group almost certainly majored in a liberal arts subject (as opposed to engineering).
When I pulled out my Treo 660, Jaime ran away. I tried text-messaging her, but she never replied. What a technology pessimist! If only she knew what she was missing...
Derived from artsy fartsy, this phrase is used to describe someone who created a piece of work deemed artsy-fartsy, and is being a bit too in-depth and knowledgeable (often full of bs) about it.
At an art opening:
Artist: ... and the black canvas represents my pain, much as Hieronymus Bosch used fantastic, demon-filled scenes to display a tragic view of human existence ...
Patron (whispering to friend): Dude, this chick is way too artsy-smartsy for her own good. I can't listen to this crap much longer.