dot-commer

dot-commer

someone who owns or works for an online company
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dot-com·mer

 (dŏt′kŏm′ər)
n.
One who works, especially in a professional or managerial capacity, for an internet business.
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Consider our invention, in the past 50 years, of delectables on the order of couch potato, mouse potato (a couch potato attached to a computer), digerati, dot-commer, hottie, humongous, slam dunk, sleazebag, and soccer mom.
After Ellen and before The Ellen DeGeneres Show came this underrated sitcom about a lesbian dot-commer (played by guess who) moving back home.
It may be hard to muster sympathy for Gougler -- or, for that matter, any 30-something laid-off dot-commer who has to make do with a $400-per-week unemployment check instead of an $85,000-plus salary.
It may be for informational purposes, or because you want to set up shop on the Web and become a "dot-commer." Whatever the purpose, there are a few things to keep in mind in creating the best site possible.
Still, in some ways, however, a dot-commer is really no different than anyone else looking for a drastic change in their life.
The "haves and have-nots" are not as easy to spot in an era in which a savvy dot-commer may have made a million at age 20.
Some young dot-commer may be having the time of her life, and will soon be lamenting the passing of her favorite hangout (perhaps a theme bar or sushi joint that folks like Keating advocate destroying) and the unique, irreplaceable crowd of bright young people gathered in that magic city of San Francisco.
Pick up a copy of "A Case for Conversion Ratios." Contained within this 34-page report are the secrets of an anonymous dot-commer doing more than $500 million a year.
21): Following a special September 17 preview, Ellen's eagerly awaited new sitcom--where she plays a burned-out dot-commer who returns to her hometown--will settle into its regular Friday timeslot [see p.
Glad I'm not an out of work dot-commer or e-tailer!
It was the most active market last quarter and my feeling is what's been driving Downtown is the dot-commer activity or telecommunications.
Delightful setup promises much, as it introduces 28-year-old San Franciscan Zoe (Robin Tunney) as an attractive but hopelessly geeky dot-commer. At work, she's put in her place again and again by acidic boss Brynn (alt-rocker Liz Phair), who's exactly the confident bombshell/party girl she'd like to be.