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Pseudoproductivity is when you spend all your time surfing the web, looking for tips to make you more productive. Although, as Gina Trapani puts it, "You're going to earn back a few more minutes or hours of your life learning something new on Lifehacker [which Gina edits] than reading about Paris Hilton on Gawker." Unfortunately for me, the article also references a few productivity sites that I hadn't visited before...
Word count update: 6450 for the month and the year. That's short of where I need to be to hit 30,000 for the month, but still well ahead of most months last year. Yay!
In case you're wondering about the timing of these updates: it's as random as it looks. I write each day's total on a small whiteboard in my office. When the column gets to the bottom of the board, I total it up and do a post.
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