- v. present participle of update.
- n. the act of changing something to bring it up to date (usually by adding something)
“Nothing too inventive there, but Spagnuolo, 49, spent $80,000 in updating the weight room and hired a new strength and conditioning coach and staff to transform a team that had trouble staying healthy and holding up late in close games.”
“Inside AdWords: Delay in updating campaign statistics skip to main | skip to sidebar”
“Dino Dal Zovi, a Macintosh security expert, told ZDNet that the move would probably increase security for Mac users, because Apple had lagged in updating its Java port, which put users at risk from security holes:”
“For the past several months, some of the technicians dealing with my website have been having difficulty in updating the graphics on the rotating “carousel.””
“Of course, updating is a good practice on any OS (just look at Conficker). infmom”
“I have no idea if no one has been interested in updating the entry or if this is typical wiki politics, but the entry is amusingly tame.”
“We have now added all of the new characters from Breaking Dawn and will begin updating the rest of the bios (such as the Cullens and the werewolves) in the weeks to come.”
“How do you measure that the ROI is on its use on a per person basis, ‘i’ being the time the person invests in updating his facebook page etc.”
“In addition, ClickOnce aims to solve three other problems with conventional deployment models: the difficulty in updating a deployed application, the impact of an application to the user's computer, and the need for administrator permissions to install applications.”
“Can CNN let a single day go by without some headline news article about Palin updating her facebook page or visiting a bookstore?”
Looking for tweets for updating.