American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To transfer (data or programs), usually from a peripheral computer or device to a central, often remote computer.
- v. To transfer data or programs to a central computer.
- v. transitive, intransitive, computing to transfer data or files from a peripheral or subordinate system to a larger or more central one; especially from a personal computer to an Internet server.
- n. Such a file transfer.
- v. transfer a file or program to a central computer from a smaller computer or a computer at a remote location
- From up- + load. (Wiktionary)
“Uploading effects your ping more than downloading in general, because your upload is already quite slow on most connections.”
“I mean, Comcast advertised unlimited access with certain upload/download bandwidths, and that was most definitely not what they were actually providing.”
“In particular the ability to share the moment instantly with a geo-tagged photo upload is killer.”
“The upload is slow as molasses and in my opinion is a part of their deceptive advertising.”
“Artists can join for free and their image upload is unlimited.”
“And how much of what I upload is browseable by others?”
“Have your desktop sync with your web account with a simple click. how much of what I upload is browseable by others?”
“And upload is just as important because it carries your voice to the person listening to you”
“Once the upload is complete, Meacher will be accessed only via the popular file sharing site.”
“All the material you upload is covered under a Creative Commons licence.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘upload’.
The bang, the cannonade,
the bale, the hum.
Buzzwords of our time
random webdev lingo used primarily in computer programming.
( open list, randomness, technical jargon, geek speak )
ajax, user, admin, frontend, backend, database, sql, protocol, call, dom, layout, ui and 439 more...
An extensive list I have been working on for quite some time. Feel free to add more of the kind if you miss any.
The vocabulary of scientific paper submission
Cribbed from Transhumanist Terminology at aleph.se, which has definitions, and is itself based on the Lextropicon.
New verbs for the internet age. No physical activity required.
Words I never used before the Internet
Looking for tweets for upload.