Feb 7, 2011 11:21 AM
You do it, we do it, everyone we know does it. Whether you're writing a term paper in high school, a thesis in college, or a proposal in your corporate American job, sooner or later you hear the siren song of Twitter, Facebook, MySpace (do people still use MySpace?), what have you. And before you know it, an hour is gone and you find yourself looking at your high school crush's sisters volleyball team photos. Sh*t.
Enter Anti-Social ($15*). This Mac application blocks access to the social networking sites of the internet while still granting access to the wealth of knowledge available on the world wide web. To get around it, you simply reboot your computer, but if you know you're supposed to be working, are you really going to stop mid paragraph to reboot? Hopefully not.
*There's also a free trial available.