- v. present participle of slipstream.
“These programs support slipstreaming, which is the ability to embed the latest service packs, drivers, language packs and even a few third-party applications into your Windows installation.”
“All this suggests, according to some analysts, that Chirac may seek to solve his various political imbroglios over Iraq by "slipstreaming" behind Blair.”
“I wish MS would offer the ISOs with integrated service packs to normal folks, since slipstreaming has been broken.”
“You helped give a shape to slipstreaming time with a wave of your hand”
“One woman who might have the answer is Margaret Atwood, whose "The Handmaid's Tale" 1985 was an early example of such slipstreaming, set in a repulsive patriarchal theocracy.”
“Ms. Atwood is hardly alone among slipstreaming authors in her downbeat vision of the future.”
“Meanwhile, literary authors have started "slipstreaming"—to borrow Bruce Sterling's term—writing books with sci-fi scenarios.”
“Something weird was going on in the 80's and 90's, a weirdness that cleared the path for all the genre-bending, slipstreaming, science-fantasy mashups that have made it onto the shelves in the past few years.”
“Something both fresh and traditional, slipstreaming another royal wedding.”
“For the love of jesus can someone explain why at such slow speeds you get the same benefit of slipstreaming that you do on the flats ...”
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