word of the day: April 23, 2011
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.
When someone stares at the computer really closley and there eyes start squinting
Reagan Pitchford has a computer face
A person who is really into computers and knows a lot about them
oh see that Craig Halfpenny, He's such a computer face
A condition in which a person's face becomes too relaxed from looking at a computer screen too long (being on the computer ).
Symptoms are: open mouth, dropped jaw, eyes glazed over and occasional drooling.
synonymous with TV face
My cousin's jaws were slightly agar, almost drooling, eyes glazed on the computer monitor. He had a total computer face on.TV face blank stare dead eyes