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bounce box

bounce box  n.— «Bounce box: the box with food and extra band-aids etc. that you forward to yourself from post office to post office.» —“Having fun out there” by Rodent RealTravel June 13, 2007. (source: Double...

take a zero

take a zero  v. phr.— «I have come in from the AT for two nights to hit the post office, the store, the laundromat and get a shower. Everyone in town is very understanding, want to know how long you’re out for, are you having fun out there...

hoteling

hoteling  n.— «Currently about 300 of its 415 trademark attorneys are teleworking and hoteling. The latter means they work from home most of the time and are required to come into the office once a week for anywhere from one hour to one...

cuddle market

cuddle market  n.— «In the post-“Scream” horror world, the target audience is primarily young girls—or what some producers call the “cuddle” market, teenagers who want excuses to squeal and clutch each other in the...

digital Alzheimer’s

digital Alzheimer’s  n.— «Experts say more and more workers in their 20s and 30s suffer from forgetfulness due to the flood of information that assaults them in the office and their growing dependency on digital devices. Some seek...

coworking

coworking  n.— «Then an acquaintance told Winard about “coworking.” The idea was simple: A bunch of people—telecommuters, freelancers and anyone else who doesn’t report to work every day—share an office space instead of working...