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(ˈsni kərˌnɛt)
Facetious. the transfer of electronic information by carrying the storage medium, esp. a floppy disk, from one computer to another.
[1985–90, Amer.]
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"A network connection between the office and the PC at the panel saw not only speeds set-up time at the saw but enables faster changes in production scheduling on the shop floor that the 'sneaker network' could provide," Tolbert said.