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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.K.'s most popular commercial terrestrial channel.
NAS is specifically designed to be a filer and is great for backups, file archiving, and storage of webhead content.
S:SD is a third-person platform actioner where you swing about going head to head with Webhead's Rogues Gallery, such as Kraven the Hunter, Electro, Mysterio and many more.
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.
Some of the suggestions made by the WebHead visitors have already been incorporated into the product.
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.
"They're safety nets," says one webhead. "Certainly there's a 'better the devil you know than the one you don't' attitude out there.
And while not everything has worked--remember "Fat Actress"?--Greenblatt's ratio of hits to misses is one any Big Four webhead would kill for.
"You're going to hear way more rhetoric than see ultimate results," sighs one webhead. "What will fill the void between now and the end of a strike will be plenty of proclamations of change.
"This whole crazy cycle we're in, with everyone doing the same thing at the same time, is crazy," one webhead says.