(1). To synchronize two documents or presentations in order to create a more impressive and cohesive whole. As with actual marriages, it is often difficult to combine documents and the creators of one or both of the originals are usually left feeling disappointed with the finished product.
(1). A term derived from the saying “Eating Your Own Dog Food”, which is when a company (let’s face it, it’s probably a software company) uses itself as the guinea pig for it’s own product to demonstrate how great it is. Ya know, kinda like what Microsoft should have done before it released Windows ME.
“I dunno Bill, you realize that everyone hates dogfooding this crap, right? Y2K? Like that’s really gonna happen. That’s like saying BlackBerry won’t be around in 15 years. Let’s just push this one out.”