To make something more complicated than it would have been had you not used the "convenience" of technology.
Person 1-Hey, let's figure out how to get to that new club. I'll wait the 10 minutes for my computer to power up, get on line and sift through the 100 results on the search engine before waiting for the interactive map to load which gives step by step instructions on how to get there from your current location.
Person 2-It's 3 blocks away on the corner of Main and 1st, don't computercate things?
Cryptovision is the recently experienced phenomonon of feeling like you are unable to see or make out letters when typing in the webpage verification code images used to complete purchases online. This is also related to cryptovisophobia, which is the fear that you have entered the WRONG verification code and will be forced to re-enter all purchase information resulting in a cryptoloop, or the endless cycle of entering all of your purchase information only to be forced to start over again...and again... and again.
Sorry I missed you all last night, I think I have come down with a case of cryptovision. I am really afraid I may have a full blown case of cryptovisophobia, because I spent 4 hours last night tryig to buy a hat on line and found myself in a cryptoloop.