n.—Gloss: a person who works in a variety of places and not just in an office. Note: Coined by Microsoft from Mobile Out of Office. «“Working from home” has negative connotations. Become a “moofer” instead. A moofer (“Mobile Out of Office”) is a term used to describe people who see the office as just one location where they can work. That’s the word from Microsoft, which has set up moof.mobi, where people can blog about their moofing experiences.» —“Note to self” Guardian (United Kingdom) Dec. 1, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)
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