Lazynchronous

la⋅zyn⋅chro⋅nous /ˈleɪzɪŋkrənəs/

–adjective

  1. having delegated a task with a desired output to a person or group of persons
Examples:

  • Asking your colleague / friend / network a question, where you could find the answer by using a popular search engine, would be a lazynchronous search.
  • Getting Mechanical Turk to transcribe your screencasts allows you to work lazynchronously.
Origins:
Compound, from virtue of laziness and asynchronous

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