The following computer terms have been adapted for Monkees fans
Accelerated video adapter: Quick and efficient mass producer of VCR tapes. See Cindy.
Accelerator: The foot pedal on your car which you use to get to a concert on time but see “Clock speed”.
A drive: Most common form of transportation to and from a Monkees’ concert.
Archive files: A secure place to store memorabilia.
Back up: The band that plays before The Monkees.
BIOS: Acronym for autobiography. See They Made A Monkee Out Of Me and I’m A Believer.
Boot: Sometimes you can’t answer the phone without it. See page 65 in They Made A Monkee Out Of Me.
Bus: An alternative form of transportation to and from a Monkees’ concert. See Shane.
Browsers: Fans who look at the merchandise table.
Caddies: Previously referred to as bellhops.
Capacity: Total number of fans seated in a venue.
Chat room: Similar to a green room only via computer.
Clicking: When things are working well.
Clock speed: See Kimmi.
Compatible: Traveling companions who appreciate the same Monkee.
Console: Compartment in your car where “tickets” are kept.
Cursors: Similar to hecklers who interrupt stage dialogue.
Dragging: What you do when you’ve ridden in a car for an extended time.
Email: 100+ electronic messages from one PFG internet user to another often containing absolutely frivolous and incoherent silly blather
Escape: Reality interlude, i.e. a concert.
Exit: When you gotta go, you gotta go.
Extended memory: See “He Said/She Said” sagas.
Explorer: Offspring of the Bronco.
Gopherspace: What you want to avoid when an instant messenger is making a delivery.
Icons: Our guides.
Instant messenger: An individual on an immediate floral delivery assignment.
Keyboard: See Dave Alexander.
Memory: What we wish we had more of when it comes to attending a concert.
Multitasking: The balance between davyjones.net and barbie.com.
Networks: A formation of two or more Monkees’ fans.
Notebook: The paper we use to keep track of musical set list during the concert.
On-line: Monkees 24/7 information network.
Packing list: A checklist of items to remember to bring for a Monkees’ adventure.
Peripherals: A necessary form of vision at a concert.
Plug and play: Listen to the Band!
Records: Vinyl pressings we used to play on stereo systems before eight-track, cassettes, CD’s, and DVD’s were invented.
Resolution: Something you need after a misunderstanding. Call 563-332-9259.
Scan: Vision necessary to avoid missing anything important.
String: See Dave Robicheau.
Toggle: Ability to coordinate concert accessories (ticket, camera, autograph memorabilia, etc.)
View: What you see at the gates of Heaven.
User: A Stepping Stone.