word of the day: February 27, 2007
Doing multiple slacker
-esque things concurrently.
I'm the king of multislacking. I spend hours a day surfing the 'net, watching random TV shows, and eating week-old pizza.
Having two or more non-work related web pages, open on your work computer, at one time.
I was at my desk, multislacking, when my boss walked in and I had to close five browsers in .5 seconds!
Similar to multi-tasking with computers, it involves engaging in a variety of applications on a computer. However, in multi-slacking, this definition is restricted to include one or more of the following: gaming, chatting, listening to music, web browsing (non-educational), hacking, pirating, posting on forums, watching videos, or viewing pr0n.
AP Comp Sci is the perfect chance to practice my multi-slacking skills.
That combination of MySpace, chatting, and Wikipedia that Gen Y calls "work". The office internet take on "Work hard, play hard."
You can spend your Friday afternoons reviewing spreadsheets and holding conference calls; I'll be busy multislacking in my cubicle.
Engaging in many small activities at once, none of which are productive. Usually, but not always, involving a computer and its applications (iTunes, AIM, YouTube, etc.), can also include watching a movie or TV show, listening to the radio, talking or texting on the phone, or any other ultimately trivial, meaningless activity.
That dude was multi-slacking like mad when he should have been working.
Doing two useless things at once.
"Dude, I can't mop the living room because I'm multislacking a documentary about Beany Babies while I'm planting celery in Farmville."
Like Multi Tasking, only the complete opposite: Doing nothing in several tasks at the same time, or avoiding several obligations.
I'm so tired, I been multi slacking in math and English and with my gf.