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In truth, it can be hard to focus among the delights presented by a never-ending machine of distraction available on the Internet.
TeachThought has a great post with 25 tips, ideas, and tools to assist us with this endeavour.
“You don’t necessarily have to be prone to being distracted to sit down to work only to find yourself shopping for pearl snap shirts on eBay and wondering how you got there. StayFocused is a Google Chrome plug-in that lets you decide up front how much time to allow yourself to burn on those time-wasting sites before it cuts you off cold.
If you’re not quite ready to let StayFocused dictate your web browsing, try RescueTime. It records where you click and how much time you spend there so that you can see the depressing results in all their graphed glory. If and when you decide to make some changes, it also includes the option to start blocking sites altogether.”
Read the entire post and the other 23 tips here.