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    So, where do you spend time when you should be doing something productive instead?
    • CommentAuthor256
    • CommentTimeAug 18th 2011
    Twitter, Ffffound, and, of course, Whitechapel.
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    • CommentTimeAug 18th 2011
    Tumblr. Dear god, Tumblr. It's evil, especially once you start following a lot of constantly-updating folks.

    I've also started going to Kongregate and seeing if there's any game that looks interesting on the front page. So now I'm playing Sudoku and I'm not completely sure why...
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    i'll admit to /b/ that den of filth and villainy.
    • CommentTimeAug 18th 2011
    Twitter and Whitechapel, sadly I don't have much time after work, which is my primary time waster.
      CommentAuthorAlan Tyson
    • CommentTimeAug 18th 2011
    I've mostly managed to avoid tumblr, but I've fallen victim to twitter ever since I started talking to people on it.

    DeviantArt, though mostly out of morbid curiosity these days.
    • CommentTimeAug 18th 2011
    So I've been fooling around over at Jinxworld and it feels like I'm cheating on WC.
    • CommentTimeAug 18th 2011
    My own forums (teh crowbarn), some Subaru forums, LOTS of porn. Well, not as of late with the pr0n.
    • CommentAuthorFlabyo
    • CommentTimeAug 19th 2011
    TV Tropes. Probably the greatest time sink I've ever known.
    • CommentTimeAug 19th 2011
    Here largely, sad to say. (Belatedly) got into Twitter earlier this year but, after a month of it gradually expanding to exclude any other online habits, I managed to go cold turkey. And without ever posting a single tweet; I just read other people's. Ho-hum.

    I occasionally go for the odd roam around Second Life under a variety of alts, just to check out what people are creating there. But their recent-ish update to Viewer 2 client UI has put me off - supposedly easier for noobs to use but it sucks compared to the old set-up. Or, more likely, I'm just getting old and (even more) neophobic.
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    /b/tard here. I don't visit as often as I used to because I actually have to do things with my day. Occasionally I'll visit SomethingAwful as well.

    I'm also a horrendous facebook user.
    • CommentAuthorIsaacSher
    • CommentTimeAug 19th 2011
    One I've become rather fond of lately is "Kingdom Rush", which can be played for free at Armor Games. However, if you donate a tiny amount of money (even a buck), you unlock a bit of fun premium content which does make the game a little easier.
    • CommentAuthorStefanJ
    • CommentTimeAug 19th 2011
    Gemcraft Labyrinth.

    I browse a dozen Twitter pages each day. Dozen or so other blogs.
    • CommentTimeAug 19th 2011
    @Flabyo: I was actually the correspondent on my friend's podcast (that is sponsored by Down In Front.
    That's funny. :)
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    Lurk on Facebook, Twitter, RSS Feed and WC. Sometimes I post. THE USUAL.
    • CommentTimeAug 20th 2011
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    In addition to TV Tropes and Cracked I often while away some time by perusing the astronomy section of Yahoo Answers.

    You've got to be careful with it though - you start off laughing hysterically at the terrible state of modern science education, then transition to anger, and (if you don't pull out in time) end up in a state of deep despair over the future of humanity.
    • CommentAuthorNil
    • CommentTimeAug 21st 2011
    In a similar vein to Purple Wyrm's above, I could spend all day reading rejected e-petitions

    You have to wade through a million variants on "PLZ TO BRING BAK DETH PENALTY" to get to the real gold, but oh boy is it worth it.

    Favourite so far - "force englands royal family to state that they refuse satan & all his works"

    And then you realise that these people are serious, and the despair begins.
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    Wikipedia. Great as a starting point for research, with obvious potential to follow link after link and end up nowhere near where you were supposed to be. But more importantly, if I read anything there I know is wrong, or just badly written, whatever I'm supposed to be doing, I can barely keep myself from digging out the books and fixing it, just because I can. If Randall Munroe's "somebody is wrong on the internet" cartoon was inspired by anything it was Wikipedia.

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