interweb


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interweb

(ˈɪntəˌwɛb)
n
a facetious name for the internet, used to imply that the speaker has little understanding of or interest in the subject
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Trawling the interweb for links, it was brought home to me how far we've come in blanket coverage of games.
Surprisingly easy to check facts on your interweb nowadays.
Failing that, this is where the interweb comes into its own.
I'll spare you the details - you can look it up on the interweb if you like - but it flares up without warning every few years or so and, to put it simply, IT KNACKS
One of those is Spanish specialist Ultracomida, a deli, wine merchant and restaurant based in Aberystwyth and Narberth but who are also available on that there interweb thing (www.
His involvement in the space dates back to one of the city's very first digital agencies, Interweb, which Douglas helped grow in 1995, and later sell to THINK New Ideas (now the Hackett Group).
Luckily though, we were just being treated to a crackpot hunch from one of the show's minor characters, a sly nod to the myriad postulations that have clogged up the interweb for the last 24 months and a theory quickly dismissed as "b***ks" by the worldweary Inspector Lestrade.
This isn't one of those moans written by a dead-tree dinosaur about the big bad interweb eating his lunch.
But now we have the Interweb, and the zombie apocalypse would have been impossible without it.
THIS week, I had cause to call that marvellous provider of interweb and telephonic communication, Virgin Media.
Yes, those same rantings available all over the interweb in original HD and remixes could now net the fallen star up to $7 million taking it across the US, as well as in Canada.