social notworking

social notworking
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Surfing a social networking site instead of working. Also: social not-working.
social notworker n.
Example Citations:
It's time businesses faced up to Facebook.
Some users waste hours on social notworking sites, but a gentle hint may work better than a ban.
—Daniel Robinson, " It's time businesses faced up to Facebook: http://www.itweek.co.uk/itweek/comment/2200639/businesses-faced-facebook-3520481," IT Week, October 8, 2007
Slim-line, modern and slick, this metal and glass computer desk features a pull-out keyboard worktop and shelf, perfect for wasting time social "not-working".
—Charlotte Philby, " The Ten Best Desks: http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/house-and-home/interiors/the-ten-best-desks-889049.html," Independent Extra, August 11, 2008
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Welcome to SocialNotworking.co.uk. The idea behind this site is to offer some alternatives to those people who have been there, done that and got the t-shirt in terms of the whole social networking phenomena.
In the same way as smokers get away with working less than non-smokers due to their smoking breaks, those people developing addictions to social networking sites are working less, and notworking more!
—"Welcome...," SocialNotworking.co.uk: http://www.socialnotworking.co.uk/, July 8, 2007
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