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offline

(1) A computer or mobile device that is not connected to the Internet or internal network. If a printer, scanner or external storage drive is physically connected to the computer but not turned on or is not in ready mode, the device is said to be offline as well. From the 1960s through the 1980s, disk packs and tape cartridges that were demounted and stored in the data library were also considered offline. Contrast with online. See offline file.

(2) "Not with it." Slang for someone who is uninformed. See 404.
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However, alternative studies have found the opposite, attributing social media to an increase in withdrawal from offline interactions and an upsurge in feelings of loneliness and isolation.
In particular, millennial consumers are craving interaction with brands that transcends the online and offline divide.
Yudala's founder, University of Lancaster alumnus Nnambdi Ekeh, says that the decision to have offline stores wasn't due to low confidence in the online landscape, but rather to the wish to offer the consumer more options.
The airline which is the most talked about offline is American Airlines, while Delta leads in volume of online conversations.
Much of the popular Youtube content on youtube.com.pk is ready for people to view offline, from comedy to entertainment performances.
Though there is free WiFi in many public places, people prefer getting offline data.
It suggests that incorporating offline environments into social media practice (and vice versa) creates a bridge for stakeholders to move their relationship seamlessly between the two spaces, creating one overall brand experience and increasing the potential (and opportunities) to strengthen organisational relationships.
Among AVT's latest offline products is SolidProof, which provides 100% assurance for wide web, narrow web and sheet-fed applications, ensuring that no critical errors have been overlooked during print production.
Around 75 percent of the 4.4 billion offline individuals are concentrated in 20 countries, comprising for the most part rural, low income, elderly, illiterate and female demographics.
Rotech's solution came in the form of its RF2, a standalone friction feed overprinting system that would enable the manufacturer to code the sleeves offline and bring them to the production line already printed.
communities, non-government organisations, and multiple levels of government) and large geographic areas, there is a great need for Health Information Managers and others to develop online platforms that can supplement and support offline activities.
At its annual Google I/O developers conference on Thursday, Google announced that it is adding the ability to work offline to Google Docs, the company's cloud-based office apps.