(1). To keep mentioning the same thing over and over during a meeting or call.
“Now, I don’t want to make glue out of the same dead horse, but we really need to consider whether we should be allowing Ned to talk to clients anymore…he seems to keep telling them how great our competitors are….”
(1). IT or Ops term for releasing a new software program or application, intended to create a sense of accomplishment among programmers and processors for a systems-enhancement that will likely go unnoticed.
“We’re planning to go live with the new intranet homepage over the weekend. Great job, everyone! Now our employees will have a slightly nicer-looking webpage to jump to ESPN.com from every morning!”