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webhead

A compulsive or frequent user of, or contributor to, the World-Wide Web.

Webhead

An enthusiastic and frequent user of the Web. See Webhippie and high-tech people.
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Further information about EarthShow Professional, ESN, and WebHeads can be obtained by visiting http://www.
But some of our customers come in at a very early time, when no one is in at the WebHead.
Some of the suggestions made by the WebHead visitors have already been incorporated into the product.
A WebHead is the refrigerator magnet of the Web," claimed Villa.
Road warriors, diehard shoppers, and even webheads can learn easy steps that will have them on the go-go in no time.
WEBHEADS, plush 8-inch high dolls, come in a variety of characters (Auntie Virus and e-Male, for example) that sit on or around your computer and have a photo frame embedded in their heads.
In short, it doesn't pretend to be all things to all Webheads.
Because insensitive webheads are taking bets on whether she'll have a nervous breakdown because - get this - she's the least pretty and one of the "fattest" in there.
With a sub heading of 'Wasting Time At Work', P45 is a pleasant and essentially pointless way to spend a few minutes in the company of some Irish webheads and their gently off the wall sense of humour.
It's been a long time coming, but as you read this, about 200,000 Webheads are busily pawing through a dress-rehearsal version of Warner Bros.
Friday, July 21: Beyond Sex, stocks, and sports: Dan Sachar, chief executive of a small New York Web start-up, wants people to know that most young male Webheads aren't "Neanderthal misogynists.