Friday, July 15, 2011

Great article on Blogging, Tweeting, Facebooking, etc.

Since my blog post yesterday on this topic, I found THIS today. Such a great and interesting way to look at why we get addicted, how we get addicted, and what we can do to stop the *madness*.

Creative Kryptonite and the Death of Productivity

Interesting comments section, too.

What do YOU do to unplug and stop the endorphins for at least a little while?

Here is something else I read every so often: Are-you-blogging-too-much?

There ARE writers who stay unplugged - and they are very productive and are having great careers. 

Lots of food for thought!

Happy Weekend, everyone!


Caroline Starr Rose said...

Wow, Kimberley. Read both posts. Thanks. Now I need to finish up three open docs before I think of taking on another task...

Kimberley Griffiths Little said...

Good luck! That whole endorphin thing . . . that really resonated with me. Sometimes I get stuck online some days and I just can't get off! And I'm not really *doing* or accomplishing anything! I'm stuck in this weird, psychological addiction.

I've been thinking that maybe I should set up a strict daily schedule for myself with times that I do certain things: email, Facebook, blogging, writing, revision, research, marketing, etc. I know it changes daily because of appts or family things and babies, but maybe it will help me have that timer. After so much time - whether I'm done or not - I move on to the next thing.

Do you do that?



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