So my morning routine consists of waking up and checking my email. But right after checking my email, before showering and getting ready for my dad I'll pop on over to my Google Reader and you know the rest; one website link links to another and before I know it an hour has passed by. A large portion of my web surfing/procrastination came from opening Safari and clicing one link to another. Upon scouring my web history I jotted down what websites I visit and added their RSS feeds to my Reader. Now, you'd think the mindless web surfing would stop but. Whether it Google Reader on my Mac or the Reeder app on my iPad, I still find myself killing 30 minutes to an hour every morning, every afternoon and every night. (in fact I was doing this just now but decided to start a thread about it just now) The thing is, as a college student I Dan reflect back to my early years back in high school and even then surfing the web for hours on end. I know I'm not the only one, and I'm sure I'm not the only one that would rather not be doing this mindless wasteful surfing. I guess the main thought running across my mind is: the Internet is my main source of distraction when I should be getting things done.