Mercury sidling up to the Sun offers a clear outline for networking your way out of any stifling hives trying to assimilate you.
I recognize a few Ukrainian professionals from a networking group and they hug me warmly.
On Friday this week Brooks's networking with politicians will be the main theme—and more than anyone Cameron will be in the dock.
Telling the nanny to remind the assistant to contact the decorator is not networking.
The Kindle Fire has no camera or microphone, and can only work on WiFi, as it lacks support for 3G networking.
On the increasingly rewarding practical experiences of networking, literacy is challenged by transitory, partial literacies.
The inevitable outcome is an exponential explosion in computing and networking power.
Enroll them in a networking club for the jobless, one of the really good ones.
networking, at many levels and in many ways, is related to the characteristics of our pragmatic framework.
networking must also be supported by communications technologies.
"net-like arrangement of threads, wires, etc.," 1550s, from net (n.) + work (n.). Extended sense of "any complex, interlocking system" is from 1839 (originally in reference to transport by rivers, canals, and railways). Meaning "broadcasting system of multiple transmitters" is from 1914; sense of "interconnected group of people" is from 1947.
1887, "to cover with a network," from network (n.). From 1940 as "to broadcast over a (radio) network;" 1972 in reference to computers; 1980s in reference to persons. Related: Networked; networking.
network net·work (nět'wûrk')
A fabric or structure in which cords, threads, or wires cross at regular intervals.
A body structure resembling such a fabric or structure.
A system of computers and peripherals, such as printers, that are linked together. A network can consist of as few as two computers connected with cables or millions of computers that are spread over a large geographical area and are connected by telephone lines, fiberoptic cables, or radio waves. The Internet is an example of very large network. See more at LAN, WAN.
The forming of an association of mutual interest: Building friends and contacts is what everybody is referring to as networking these days/ And More Jewish Networking (1980s+)
To solicit opinion and aid from associates with common interests: I'm networking this question, but nobody has a certain answer (1980s+)