Net surfer


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Net surfer

An individual who regularly accesses the Internet.
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The foursome's home has cameras in each of the bedrooms and in the living space, providing Net surfers with live images that are updated every 10 seconds.
The DataBridge Net Surfer and Elite 112K modems are the best solution for the consumers who don't have access to cable and DSL.
com), is inviting Net surfers to bring forth their favorite silly web sites for entry in the new Orura Silly Site Awards competition.
com pioneers a unique type of travel experience in "Travel Interactively With Alicia," for the first time enabling millions of Net surfers to travel the world interactively from their computer terminals.
The British navy has launched a recruitment drive to net surfers on the world wide web.
4 million net surfers visiting last February alone, visitors and members from 64 countries have become a part of the Bomis.
Net surfers who click into the NBC Web site (http://www.
Net surfers with ADSL access can preview trailers of new movies, listen to radio stations from around the world (since their ADSL connection is "always on"), enjoy crystal quality stereophonic sound and download even very large files in a snap.
Net surfers can also find out more about the bottlenose dolphins of the Moray Firth, and there are updates on seven dolphins: Bubbles, Jigsaw, Splash, Sutor, Whisky, Nevis and Sundance.
90 modems are in the shop today, giving net surfers the best Internet experience available from a normal phone line," said Burk Murray, Director, Product Management, 3Com.
com, as the store-cum-Web site is known by a growing audience of net surfers, offers a nearly addicting garden of digital delights via modem for both casual visitors and serious shoppers.