(1). Fishing term used to describe unknown issues that may arise as a result of a system change, often occuring in other, related systems. The term is often used by IT as a catch-all excuse for avoiding making any improvement to the current system.
(1). To always go for the trendy, new investment of the moment. You’ve got a long road to retirement, my hipster friend.
“So, a lot of folks out there are just chasing the hot dot, you know? We take a much more measured approach. Well, “measured” in terms of measuring how much we can charge! Am I right?! So, anyway … bless me, Father, for I have sinned ….”
(1). Something very difficult to maintain when you keep asking fifteen people for “their thoughts” in every, stinking email you send (see too many cooks in the kitchen).
“So, it looks like we’re having a little problem with version control here. I’m looking at the one marked ‘v.2 MGH’, but Tom seems to have one marked ‘v.4 JKL’. Anyone know which one is the latest? Maybe we should just start over?”