Solutions for Internet Addiction
I'm interested in knowing if any of you have had the same issues I've had with the Internet -- spending WAY too much time on it -- but I'm even more interested in knowing how you've solved the problem.
As many of you know, I'm writing a book on the history of Roller Hockey International. (Sounds like it could be a snooze-fest to those not interested in our sport, but I beg to differ. I'm writing about the PEOPLE who were involved in it and their stories, and let me tell you, those stories are fascinating!)
However, I often find myself wasting time reading about politics, reading e-mail I never needed to receive, watching and deleting hundreds of attachments per month, etc.
What do you folks do to minimize the interruptions and get work done?
One thing I'm finding effective is to do research and interviews for my book BEFORE I ever get online in the morning, despite how many flame wars might have erupted on Inline Hockey Central the night before.
Your thoughts and solutions?
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