Insulated from ruin, networked into success, failing upward and retiring in splendor are commonplace.
Google Apps helped retrain us to work in a networked fashion.
Israel and Palestine—it cannot be stressed enough—exist in a globalized, networked, densely populated, urbanized land.
Try to tell this to the champions of technology who predicted the paperless office and who now predict the networked world.
Digital photography can be networked and endowed with dynamic qualities.
Interactions in the networked world exemplify this rephrasing even better.
When this process is networked, the most qualified physician can be consulted.
Taking place in the public domain of networked resources, this education will benefit from a sense of creative competition.
These characteristics will be further reshaped as digital television becomes part of the networked world.
Such projections of oneself into something else represent one of the most intriguing forms of interaction in the networked world.
"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.
To solicit opinion and aid from associates with common interests: I'm networking this question, but nobody has a certain answer (1980s+)