1. A person who divests himself from a technology connected world. 2. A person who believes that the Internet is destroying work for the common man. 3. A person who is enraged by technology jobs being outsourced to developing nations. 4. A person who is outpaced by technology advances and cannot invest time and money to keep up, and becomes enraged.
Source: The Luddites were a social movement of British textile artisans in the early nineteenth century who protested—often by destroying mechanized looms—against the changes produced by the Industrial Revolution, which they felt were leaving them without work and changing their entire way of life. The Luddite movement, which began in 1811 and 1812 when mills and pieces of factory machinery were burned by handloom weavers, took its name from the fictive Ned Ludd.
"Bob is such a CyberLuddite, he doesn't even have an email address or a cellphone."
Karen wouldn't even consider an eBook reader, even though she carries around four books, and her house has stacks of books every where. She is a fervent CyberLuddite.