Other examples he gives:
software (the word "hardware" came first)
multislacking (from "multitasking")
I might add "snail-mail" for conventional mail, which only became commonplace after email became the standard method of written communication.
Another rather crude analogical formation is "meatspace," which refers to the flesh-and-blood world, as opposed to "cyberspace." It was coined after "cyberspace" became a widespread term. I should add that while I've never actually heard "meatspace" spoken aloud, Google turns up 326,000 hits for it, so I gather it has started to stick.
Like snow... Or egg?
Any other analogical formations you can think of?