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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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The WebHeads component that provides the video and interaction is a lightweight Web page component supported in any Java 1.1 compliant browser.
Webheads truly began using DVR data in deciding fates of shows.
Webheads and studio chiefs have groaned for years that the way pilots are developed is anachronistic in the age of 500 channels and the Internet.
But thanks to the recent trend toward year-round development, webheads aren't completely lacking in material for 2008-09.
A GOLDEN eagle who went missing in the Highlands has been returned to its owner - thanks to watchful webheads.
After some recent mis-steps, webheads will welcome this return to core values.
Admittedly, team Hobbs have been keeping webheads informed on progress via the Media Centre on racingpost.com, with a great series of At Home videos.
Die-hard webheads insist today's online advances are a gateway to a new kind of community, opening up a world of friendship and information that stretches beyond the confines of local geography and traditional social norms.
Unsurprisingly, webheads flocked to this insightful look into gay hate and new media.
The boffins and webheads at Google blew away the competition - once again - last week with the introduction of Google Maps (maps.google.com).
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.
While it's true that from space the geography is unmarred by borders, in the real world even true Webheads must have passports.