sneakernet

Networked vs Sneakernet - What's the difference?

networked | sneakernet |


As a verb networked

is (network).

As a adjective networked

is joined by a network, or to form a network.

As a noun sneakernet is

(computing|informal|humorous) a method of transferring a computer file from one computer to another by copying it to a floppy disk or some other external storage, carrying the disk to the other computer and installing it there, in contrast with electronic methods used by networked computers to transfer data.

Electronic vs Sneakernet - What's the difference?

electronic | sneakernet |


As a adjective electronic

is (physics|chemistry): of or pertaining to an electron or electrons.

As a noun sneakernet is

(computing|informal|humorous) a method of transferring a computer file from one computer to another by copying it to a floppy disk or some other external storage, carrying the disk to the other computer and installing it there, in contrast with electronic methods used by networked computers to transfer data.

Transfer vs Sneakernet - What's the difference?

transfer | sneakernet |


As nouns the difference between transfer and sneakernet

is that transfer is (uncountable) the act of conveying or removing something from one place, person or thing to another while sneakernet is (computing|informal|humorous) a method of transferring a computer file from one computer to another by copying it to a floppy disk or some other external storage, carrying the disk to the other computer and installing it there, in contrast with electronic methods used by networked computers to transfer data.

As a verb transfer

is to move or pass from one place, person or thing to another.