In a large, open plan, cubical filled office, this is where one inmate (or employee) stands up in his/her cubicle and looks arround. This is often followed by other office workers standing up and looking around to see what all the fuss is about, in a style reminiscent of those loveable creatures, prarie dogs.
First coined by Scott Adams in a Dilbert comic strip.
In their natural environment 'employees' can often be seen prarie dogging, in case they are missing something more interesting than work.
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