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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With this agreement in place, NetHead users will have real time, on-line access to a broad selection of MediaBay's digital audio content directly to NetHead's interactive wireless internet appliances called EarWraps (TM).
THIS week, the Samaritans launched a new service amid fears that lonely netheads are being encouraged to commit suicide using the Internet.
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.
While downstairs his star player plonks on a baseball cap and trots outside for some light work on his notorious knees - the subject of endless speculation by Netheads and newspaper letter writers - the small, curly-haired boss puts a brave face on it.
After spending 80 hair-pulling hours trying to hook up, Dayton decided to start his own Internet company, focused on helping people become Netheads without Netheadaches.
But I'd much rather trust the Supreme Court to strike down whatever nonsense comes out of Washington than to trust a bunch of Netheads to determine what people in this country are able to read.
com : How Steve Case Beat Bill Gates, Nailed the Netheads and Made Millions in the War for the Web and its sequel, There Must Be a Pony in Here Somewhere: The AOL Time Warner Debacle and the Quest for a Digital Future.