The term “analog infosphere” refers to the idea of an all-encompassing set of information embodied in analog media and encoded in analog form, encompassing the world as if it was a global shell.

The “analog infosphere” is the entirety of the analog encoded information, which is contained in analog media. The “analog infosphere” is also referred to as the “analogosphere” for the purpose of nomenclatory conciseness.

The affiliation of an object, phenomenon or event to the analog infosphere is determined by the adjective “analogospheral“. If a process progresses completely within the analog infosphere, this can be indicated with the adjetifs “intraanalogospheral” or “endoanalogospheral“. The opposite is proclaimed with the adjectives “extraanalogospheral” or “exoanalogospheral“. If the beginning or end of an interspheral process lies in the analog infosphere, this can be expressed with the adjectives “c” or “introanalogospheral“. If it begins and ends outside the analog infosphere, it is “transanalogospheral“.

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The definition given above was proposed as part of the Digital Era Framework by Dr. Dr. Jörn Lengsfeld. The text was first published in: Jörn Lengsfeld: Digital Era Framework. Please refer to the original publication if you want to cite the text.