netsurfing


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netsurfing

(ˈnɛtsɜːfɪŋ)
n
(Computer Science) the activity of looking at many different websites on the internet
netsurfer n
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(63.) Christopher Wiest, Comment, The Netsurfing Split: Restrictions Imposed on Internet and Computer Usage by Those Convicted of a Crime Involving a Computer, 72 U.
Carried away by our myriad netsurfing experiences, we are feeding a collective phantasm of limitless knowledge, deluding ourselves into believing that accessing information in real time is the same as immediate knowledge.
But see Brant, supra note 7, at 785 (explaining the split among federal circuits--with some courts supporting a total prohibition, others endorsing a more narrow approach, and the rest adamantly opposing such bans--and noting that the most common approach utilizes a probation-officer exception); Christopher Wiest, Comment, The Netsurfing Split: Restrictions Imposed on Internet and Computer Usage by Those Convicted of a Crime Involving a Computer, 72 U.
Allowing unlimited netsurfing on the web that includes unsafe or infected websites is another way of penetration but is random and can be stopped through vigilant network administration.
Hobbies: Bathroom singing, gardening, cooking, shopping (bags, clothes and shoes), netsurfing, voluntary work, driving, sightseeing, country walk, making friends from different cultures, making my daughter laugh and learning new, exciting things.
He said: "If the netbooks have limited memory that will be a drawback but if they offer word processing and netsurfing among other features at low cost they should sell well."
BERLIN With the Internet's gradual transformation into the medium of choice for the new millennium, it's no surprise the big kids who run Germany's tyke channel Super RTL decided to launch not just a site, but an entire children's online community for the web's 'Netsurfing fans.
And we were a small, relatively unsophisticated operation, not going out of its way to amass and analyze user statistics, inasmuch as we had no interest in selling products or services to the Netsurfing public, nor in seducing advertisers into purchasing space on our Web site.