Is the internet killing your creativity?

Could the internet's endless amusements be keeping you from your best ideas?

I spent most of last night glued to a screen watching a Twitter stream, refreshing my RSS feeds, clicking on various interesting links and using recommendation engines to find writing worth reading. After a while, I'd read the entire internet, so I kept on refreshing Twitter and the RSS feeds, and the interesting-link websites, and the recommendation engines. I was bored. Unfortunately, I wasn't bored enough to go and do something more worthwhile.

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