The act of investigating information online by following links more or less at random. Many users of the Web find themselves spending time simply following one interesting link after another, never knowing quite where they will end up. It can be a useful research technique, and is usually quite entertaining, as well.
Using a TV remote to click on one channel after another. Often called grazing. In Internet parlance, such activity is called "browsing," as the computer’s browser is used to surf the Internet, moving from one web site to another.
Slang term for Internet use, conjuring up the (entirely accurate) picture of the user skipping from website to website until s/he ends up crashing into something. Teletype A now redundant technology for printing on paper, character by character. Interestingly, for reasons that must be deep in psychology, expensive computers that can display a whole page of complex graphics in microseconds are forced to emulate a teletype action for the purposes of displaying sports results.
Exploring the Internet. tablet (like drawing on paper) and the tablet transfers the information to the computer. The tablet responds to pressure—the firmer the pressure used to draw, the thicker the line appears.
A favourite pastime for many Internet users! It means to move from place to place on the Internet searching for topics of interest. It's usually used to describe a rather undirected type of Web browsing where the user jumps from page to page, as opposed to specifically searching for specific information.
Browsing the World Wide Web; usually refers to people who are exploring. TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol) -- The networking language or set of protocols that bridges gaps among differing computers on the Internet. TCP/IP provides a seamless environment, a common language that joins PCs, MACs, Unix machines and others, allowing them to communicate via the myriad of Internet applications (World Wide Web, Telnet, FTP, e-mail, etc.)
When applied to networking, surfing refers to exploring the Internet and especially the World Wide Web, with no particular task in mind. Surfing is not unlike wandering through the stacks of a large library or bookstore. However, the Internet is much larger than any physical building and the "books" can be any combination of text, video, sound or computer simulation.
"Internet surfing" is used by analogy to describe the ease with which a user can use the waves of information flowing around the Internet to get where he/she wants. The term became popular in the early 1990s as access to the Internet became more widespread and tools such as the World Wide Web browsers (i.e. Internet Explorer, Netscape) made its use simpler and more pleasant.
This happens when you have sex with a BBW. As you watch the rippling effect of her rolls with every thrust, along with the feeling of being drenched, off balance, out of control, and in danger, you are given the sense of riding a wave.
Using your browser to ride the wave of information on the World Wide Web. Just like a surfer riders one wave for a while and then jumps onto another, so the Web surfer rides one line of information for a while and then jumps onto another. back to the top
Surfing is a surface water sport in which the participant is carried by a breaking wave on a surfboard. There are various kinds of surfing, based on the different methods or surf craft used to ride a wave. The basic categories include regular stand-up surfing, kneeboarding, bodyboarding, surf-skiing, bodysurfing, windsurfing, and kite surfing.
a few â€˜surfâ€™ shops are located in Kata beach. Itâ€™s not the best place in the world to buy a surf board though, and you are recommended to bring your own if you want to surf, besides there arenâ€™t exactly huge breakers on the Andaman coast.