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- n. Plural form of netsurfer.
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I had wanted to develop this thesis of our indigence as netsurfers at the Palace of Conventions last week, during the FELAFACS* event.
If a city government wants to count its utility-pole inventory, for instance, it can pay netsurfers a pittance (in dollars or rupees) to click through thousands of street-level photographs, tagging the poles they see.
When the hunt for James Kim intensified in December, some bloggers had suggested crowdsourcing a rescue effort by enlisting netsurfers to aid in the search online.
One of the mild amusements that comes as a result of having a Web site with a feedback form that allows people to send me messages is that people will attempt to use that form to post advertising to my site, in hopes that thereby thousands of otherwise benighted netsurfers will be exposed to the life-giving sunlight that is the poster's pet project he's been working on in his basement for years.
I had wanted to develop this thesis of our indigence as netsurfers at the Palace of Conventions last week, during the