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2.
To be immersed in your computer work to the point of no distraction.
ya I'm going to be plugged in for an hour or so on GIS so I'll call you after
by theyaregr8 November 16, 2010
 
1.
Plugged In (pluggedinonline.com) is a subdivision of the Christian organization Focus on the Family. Plugged In Online offers reviews on movies, music, DVD releases, and television shows, as well as some book reviews and commentaries on the national media.

The loudmouths who have established the fundamentalist Christian/Republican stereotype in America (and indeed, across the pond as well). A large percentage of "Christian" families/individuals will follow the pedagogues that head both Focus on the Family and Plugged In like sheep to the slaughter. They should not be taken as the sentiment or opinion of regular, individual Christians, many whom go unheard due to the infernal roar created by the tirades of this organization.

However, Plugged In is usually distributed around the Internet as a good place to go to get a laugh, whether you're Christian or not, since even members of one group are allowed to laugh at the crazies.

In short, Plugged In has served merely to give the non-fundamentalist Christians a bad name, and have become the laughingstock of many a forum and blog.
In a review for the Beatles Anthology 3 disc:

This double disc collection of previously unreleased masters is a muffled blend of innocence and depravity.
by KiwiKittyBoy August 28, 2005
 
3.
Used to describe someone who becomes oblivious to their surroundings because they are listening to their mp3 player or iPod too loudly.
Friend 1: Hey man, I just got totally ignored by the guy who sits next to me in Biology.

Friend 2: Don't sweat it. He was probably just plugged in.
by damnteenager May 16, 2009
 
4.
To be in the know on a certain subject.

To make friends for personal gain.
Yo dog, thanks for introducing me to that guy. He'll keep me plugged in on what's happening.
by cannabismaximus November 05, 2005
 
5.
When someone has way too many tech devices on their person and is oblivious to reality.
Person 1: Hey, check out that guy on the laptop with the blackberry and the cricket on his ear!

Person 2: Dude, he's really plugged-in.
by chadSTAkillz January 26, 2010
 
6.
Plugged In (pluggedinonline.com) is a subdivision of the Christian organization Focus on the Family. Plugged In Online offers reviews on movies, music, DVD releases, and television shows, as well as some book reviews and commentaries on the national media.

The loudmouths who have established the fundamentalist Christian/Republican stereotype in America (and indeed, across the pond as well). A large percentage of "Christian" families/individuals will follow the pedagogues that head both Focus on the Family and Plugged In like sheep to the slaughter. They should not be taken as the sentiment or opinion of regular, individual Christians, many whom go unheard due to the infernal roar created by the tirades of this organization.

However, Plugged In is usually distributed around the Internet as a good place to go to get a laugh, whether you're Christian or not, since even members of one group are allowed to laugh at the crazies.

In short, Plugged In has served merely to give the non-fundamentalist Christians a bad name, and have become the laughingstock of many a forum and blog.
In a review for the Beatles Anthology 3 disc:

This double-disc collection of previously unreleased masters is a muffled blend of innocence and depravity.
by KiwiKittyBoy July 30, 2005