OCDN – Obsessive Compulsive Desktop Noodling (n. or v.t.): From the forthcoming Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders – Volume 5 (subsection ‘Computer-related issues’). The process of incessantly rearranging and/or resizing computer desktop windows in a (largely futile) effort to optimize the use of on-screen real-estate. Common sufferers include graphic designers, information architects, web developers, or those who are just generally anal retentive. See also procrastination, boredom.
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