(n.) a plum worklife negotiating outcome whereby middle managers are permitted and equipped to sleep away the vast majority of core 8 a.m.-6 p.m. work hours in the U.S. in the luxury of their own beds. As defined, the practice originated in Northern New Jersey in the mid-to-late-'90s among down-sized former telecommunications industry executives who landed on their feet in the employ of Asian telecom outfits.
Anybody feel like trying to get in a quick nine holes this afternoon? We'll have to wait a while to call you know who. I'm pretty sure he's got telenapping on his calendar until 2. He has that daily conference call wtih the home office at 5 a.m. Tokyo time.