Re: Upload/Download -- definition
This might seem like a bunny trail, but this same subtlety applies to comparison between different parts of the country depending on one's current location. Up north and down south make immediate sense. Out in Los Angeles or back in the Northeast are harder to explain but commonly understood. People who say "out in New York" when they're currently in Chicago missed some school.
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