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surf the Net

to browse around in the contents of the Internet. I spend an hour a day or more surfing the Net.
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surf the net

tv. to browse through the offerings of the internet. He surfs the net for three hours each evening.
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My old man's mobile lets him type letters, send faxes, send e-mails, surf the Net, take photographs, play games.
From Cell Phones which act as a micro PC to PDA's which surf the net and can check your revenue while away from your PC.
SCOTS will soon be able to surf the net when they pop into their local pub, shop or church thanks to a ground-breaking new government initiative.
Teachers and students can use our custom KNC browser to surf the Net without exposure to inappropriate sites," says Butler, president and CEO.
And if that computer also has a DVD-ROM drive inside, you can (in addition to being able to surf the Net, play computer games on a huge screen and watch amazing television with great surround sound) watch pristine versions of more and more movies and other cool stuff on DVD.
Line of sight is not required, so the user can make a call and surf the net simultaneously from anywhere in the MVS service area, including the office, home, school, hotel, restaurant, airport, etc.
The survey found that two out of five users would surf the net more often if it was faster.
HotCall lets you surf the Net and answer your phone at the same time
Now for the first time there is a good look at what the folks who surf the Net under screen names want to do politically.
brokerage, banking and insurance) and cost-control measures to track employees who surf the Net or dial 900 numbers at company expense.