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  • noun Plural form of unitasker.

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Examples

  • I think most "unitaskers" tend to be devices that accomplish a single, narrow task that can be easily accomplished with a cheaper, simpler and smaller-to-store, and/or multitasking, device.

    igvita.com

  • Think Alton Brown — have as few unitaskers as possible.

    Diary Of A No-Nonsense Kitchen Clean-Out | Lifehacker Australia

  • Think Alton Brown—have as few unitaskers as possible.

    Diary Of A No-Nonsense Kitchen Clean-Out | Lifehacker Australia

  • In my kitchen, cookie cutters are unitaskers because I rarely bake cookies.

    Unclutter Your Life in One Week

  • When it comes time to return items to your kitchen, get rid of all of your unitaskers.

    Unclutter Your Life in One Week

  • Teenagers and young adults, we are told, have developed the ability to do homework, browse the Web, listen to music, watch television, and instant message simultaneously, packing so much more into every hour than we old-school unitaskers. . .

    Rabett Run

  • Teenagers and young adults, we are told, have developed the ability to do homework, browse the Web, listen to music, watch television, and instant message simultaneously, packing so much more into every hour than we old-school unitaskers. . .

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • Think Alton Brown-have as few unitaskers as possible.

    Lifehacker

  • They want to let you do basic stuff inside an app rather than multitask a … a bunch of unitaskers.

    The iPhone Blog

  • They want to let you do basic stuff inside an app rather than multitask a … a bunch of unitaskers.

    The iPhone Blog

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