Nethead


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Nethead

(1) A person who has a passion for the Internet.

(2) A person involved with data networks and packet switching. Contrast with Bellhead.
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Previously dismissed as wacky gadgetry for Netheads arid voyeurs, Web cameras have caught the attention of mainstream news site managers.
THIS week, the Samaritans launched a new service amid fears that lonely netheads are being encouraged to commit suicide using the Internet.
1999) Virtual addiction: Help for netheads, cyberfreaks and those who love them.
COM: HOW STEVE CASE BEAT BILL GATES, NAILED THE NETHEADS,
DENTON CONSULTANTS, NETHEADS VERSUS BELLHEADS: RE SEARCH INTO EMERGING POLICY ISSUES IN THE DEVELOPMENT AND DEPLOYMENT OF INTERNET PROTOCOLS (Mar.
2002, 'Revenge of the Bellheads: How the Netheads Lost Control of the Internet', Telecommunications Policy, vol.
I am one of those netheads who logs on with the morning coffee and logs off moments before hitting the bed.
Of course, the hard-core Netheads would scoff and say anyone who can't play it on Cadet is a woose.
No cut-and-dried figures can back up that claim, but anecdotal evidence supports Kebbel's vision of AOL as USA Today Lite for Netheads.
com: How Steve Case Beat Bill Gates, Nailed the Netheads, and Made Millions in the War for the Web.
Netheads can download Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants on a string of websites.
Which might be one reason the theory has lately moved out of the small circle of Netheads, fringe thinkers, and cutting-edge artists who first embraced it to catch the imagination of advertisers, marketers, image consultants, and even some media-savvy political parties.