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webhead

(ˈwɛbˌhɛd)
n
an enthusiastic and frequent user of the internet
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He is the webhead responsible for greenlighting "Downton Abbey" and "Broadchurch" for ITV, which remains the U.
NAS is specifically designed to be a filer and is great for backups, file archiving, and storage of webhead content.
Reviewed by Sharon Brown, who wrote on amusing Web sites in our last issues's Webhead Report.
Spread your word widely; the webhead community tends to be generous and eager to help.
A WebHead is loaded when the Web page is first displayed, with no plugin or lengthy download required.
has been flying off shelves faster than the webhead can leap from building to building in pursuit of the Green Goblin.
But there are other ways to use the Net for the good of your health, and you don't have to be a webhead to get the benefit.
The WebHead lets the visitor engage in multi-party chat.
Pricing for a single WebHead EarthShow Professional presentation is as low as $5 per hour per audience visitor, plus a low one-time setup charge.
When the ESN Host agent logs on and starts the video feed, any Web page containing a WebHead component can display that feed.
Webhead Vega: The cliche is that it's men who are tech-minded, but it seems to be female musicians who recognize that the Internet can be used for some honest communication with fans.