Increase your productivity in Linux by 200% or more with a single command!

I found an amazing way to increase productivity by a large amount with one simple command! Simply run this command:

sudo bash -c "echo -e \"### Sorry guys, I'll return when I have less deadlines\n127.0.0.1\n127.0.0.1\n127.0.0.1\" >> /etc/hosts"

I’m not quite sure what it is about this, but I immediately noticed work was getting done much sooner!

A note for those not familiar with hosts and other sarcasm-deficient folks: This command makes the computer use localhost for the IP address of Reddit and slashdot, preventing you from accessing those sites.  In a pinch, this command can help people like me that suffer from a lack of self-control when it comes to online distractions…  I’ll return some day…

2 Comments to “Increase your productivity in Linux by 200% or more with a single command!”

  • RandomGuy March 26, 2011 at 10:51 pm

    Thank you for this simple tip. I tried it already before, but I had found myself removing this blacklisting all the time. I got fired from my job. Don’t do that.

  • September 7, 2016 at 6:42 pm

    There is nothing more valuable than the time we need to get things done. Over a long period of time time-saving techniques and solutions can turn out to be real life-savers. The more you use them, the more essential they become. Besides, using them in your favourite software applications, you can drastically increase your productivity , enhance your time-managment and improve both your professional skills and the quality of your work.

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