Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of database.
  • adjective Entered into a database

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Both are good ways to make direct contact with your digital audience, he says, and to collect listener information that can be "databased" for future sales and promotional campaigns.

    RWOnline

  • Sites visited, content viewed, and length of visit are then all databased and analyzed to predict an online behavioral pattern for such a user, thereby classifying that user by his/her online demographic.

    Web-type ads targetting you at home

  • Sites visited, content viewed, and length of visit are then all databased and analyzed to predict an online behavioral pattern for such a user, thereby classifying that user by his/her online demographic.

    ‘I’ve lost a dog named Justice’

  • A modest victory in the struggle to roll back the overweening ambitions of Jackboots Jacqui and her desire to have us all microchipped, tagged and databased comes with the finding that the keeping of DNA samples of wholly innocent individuals (and, a fortiori, their fingerprints too) is a breach, on two grounds, of the human rights of our citizens.

    Archive 2008-11-30

  • A modest victory in the struggle to roll back the overweening ambitions of Jackboots Jacqui and her desire to have us all microchipped, tagged and databased comes with the finding that the keeping of DNA samples of wholly innocent individuals (and, a fortiori, their fingerprints too) is a breach, on two grounds, of the human rights of our citizens.

    They Cannot Send All Of Us To The Gulag

  • It would be really cool if Holistic City had developed some kind of shape recognition algorithm but I think they have just found and databased the examples themselves.

    Find Shapes on Google Maps

  • Sites visited, content viewed, and length of visit are then all databased and analyzed to predict an online behavioral pattern for such a user, thereby classifying that user by his/her online demographic.

    Web-type ads targetting you at home

  • Sites visited, content viewed, and length of visit are then all databased and analyzed to predict an online behavioral pattern for such a user, thereby classifying that user by his/her online demographic.

    ‘I’ve lost a dog named Justice’

  • Some argue that sites like this encourage vigilanteism and create risks for wrongfully accused or databased people; others argue they promote a false sense of security awareness (what about the rapist next door who isn't in this website's database?)

    Boing Boing: February 19, 2006 - February 25, 2006 Archives

  • Also numerical series like stock quotes were databased.

    Archive 2008-08-20

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