Aza Raskin on a realization he had while behind China’s ‘great firewall’:

The idea is very simple: every time you access a site which is procrastinatory it gets randomly slower. The first time in the day it goes at full speed, but by the fourth time you’ve looked at it, the site crawls sporadically like it’s behind the great firewall of China. Let’s call it the productivity proxy.

Posted by Ben Brooks