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 n.— «TV has its couch potatoes, and now the Internet has a new name for distinguishing, and tracking heavy users of streamed video and audio content. In new research being unveiled today, Knowledge Networks/SRI has dubbed heavy users of such online content “streamies,” and has found that they spend far more time online than the average Internet user.» —“MediaDaily News: Data Reveals Heavy Users Of Streamed Video, Audio: Streamies” by Joe Mandese MediaPost Apr. 30, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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