a person who listens to their iPod or other personal music devices at too high a volume resulting in possible partial or complete hearing loss and disability.
2) Person who listens to their iPod, personal music or gaming device or cell phone with headphones at too high a volume causing loss of situational awareness leading to injury and accident to themselves or others.
3) Person who dies or wins Darwin Award because they listen to their iPod or other personal music devices at too high a volume and lose situational awareness resulting in their own death.
Definitions include: In computer speak, to move information from fast-access memory to a slower storage device, e.g. disk ("swap out") or the other way around ("swap in.") This often refers to loading data from disk into memory as needed (swapping in) and writing the data back to disk when it is no longer needed (swapping out.)