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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The only problem with this - 'netheads', programmers and heavy Internet users aside - is that I am not sure how many people would actually enjoy reading about this subject.
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.
AS the summer rolled in, people took to the beach, while the beach took to the Web - Baywatch babe Gina Lee Nolin announced that she was such a Nethead that she was about to show the world bits of her that had never been seen before.
Unfortunately, the Chaos Club of Hamburg are a dedicated bunch of Nethead hackers who, last month, demonstrated on German TV how to siphon loads of money from online bank accounts using ActiveX - from Microsoft.
(1999) Virtual addiction: Help for netheads, cyberfreaks and those who love them.
SWISHER, AOL.COM: HOW STEVE CASE BEAT BILL GATES, NAILED THE NETHEADS,
centralized control) but also different sponsoring communities (netheads vs.
2002, 'Revenge of the Bellheads: How the Netheads Lost Control of the Internet', Telecommunications Policy, vol.
"netheads" of the Internet industry in the 1990s was 1P
I am one of those netheads who logs on with the morning coffee and logs off moments before hitting the bed.