And maybe redo the user interface to make the TV applications more front-and-center, instead of being buried inside a menu system.
While companies like Yelp are immunized from a lawsuit over a bad review, the user posting the review is not.
Facebook claims that they have no idea why this is happening, that individual profiles are only targeted when a user reports them.
Just last week, a user revolt on Facebook over a new logo for The Gap put that company on the defensive.
One user noted that the perpetrator could actually be on Reddit himself, trying to throw people off his own scent.
We must bear in mind that electricity is never a source of power, but is only the agent that carries power to the user.
Proceed to read over the plant operating card with the user.
Before he had iron he was essentially a user and maker of weapons, implements, utensils, and tools of wood.
The service man should keep the user's attention on the points he is explaining.
The polo stick is thus firmly locked to the hand and practically becomes a part of the user's arm.
c.1400, agent noun from use (v.). Of narcotics, from 1935; of computers, from 1967. User-friendly (1977) is said in some sources to have been coined by software designer Harlan Crowder as early as 1972.
To think; reason out one's actions: teaches a man to use his head and to do the best he can/ You certainly used the old bean (1828+)
Users are looked down on by hackers to some extent because they don't understand the full ramifications of the system in all its glory. The term is relative: a skilled hacker may be a user with respect to some program he himself does not hack. A LISP hacker might be one who maintains LISP or one who uses LISP (but with the skill of a hacker). A LISP user is one who uses LISP, whether skillfully or not. Thus there is some overlap between the two terms; the subtle distinctions must be resolved by context.
The term "client" (as in "client-server" systems) is rather more specific, usually implying two processes communicating via some protocol.