ping someone

ping someone

tv. to get someone’s attention, via computer or otherwise. I saw her on the other side of the room and pinged her.
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"I'm the only bowler in first-class cricket to ping someone on 497 not out with a bouncer.
These days it's all drag, drop and hyperlink - thanks to Spotify it's easy to build a playlist and ping someone the link within minutes.
They head to where there is a discussion of that topic; they poll their colleagues; they Ping someone who frequently Twitters about the subject.
You can go to any breakdown and ping someone. But if you're prepared to understand the flow and energy of a game and prepared to make sure you're not ignoring the rules but refereeing it in a way that can create a spectacle, then that game can happen.