v. to squint and kind of frown as you look at your computer
to give the illusion that you are in fact very busy analyzing something vital to your work;
often used in conjunction with paper-shuffling
and calling numbers that you know won't answer then acting really frustrated when you hang-up so that it gives the impression your chasing a very important account and have a lot on your plate already
After I computer-faced
facebook for an hour this morning, I called a random number and talked to an older gentleman for 27 minutes about the prospect of leasing his mineral rights until he realized he didn't own any mineral rights, so I hung-up and went back to computer-facing
a New York Times article about fashion week.