Seems that specific websites aren't the cause, the problem is much deep than that.
It doesn’t solve the deeper problem but it turns a time suck website into a productive one.
Find the least damaging form of procrastination and use that. For me these are:
1. Reading fiction books (currently reading "The Humans")
3. Hacker News
In that order (I'm protecting myself against YouTube which is way worse than HN).
I think it only supports Windows and macOS though.
From personal perspective I would say to also look at how do you eat, sleep, spend your free time and take any substances (alcohol, drugs, cigarettes...). Even if this is not an ongoing thing but occasional it has tremendous effect on ability to concentrate for long periods of time. Excessive carbon based (or worse, sugar based) diet can make you hyperactive (same as excessive fat based diet can make you dull btw). Again, that's a personal perspective.
As last resort, there are some supplements which could help you with concentration, not pharmaceuticals, there are a lot of natural nootropics you can get anywhere.
Bottom line, if you waste time on Internet - just stop. There is no other way. Blocking websites can help, but in the end, you need to choose not to visit those. It's addiction as any other. And don't treat this post as advice, everybody needs to figure it out himself.
Jokes aside. Excited to see what it will show when it is back up :)
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Thank you for sharing.
Sounds like an interesting idea though.
nice idea though
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