ks130888Most of us who work 8-hour days experience that inevitable down time that requires some creative loafing. Sure, you could always pick up the phone and call a friend, read a book, or paint your nails, but typically, the idea is to not look like you are enjoying those stolen moments of free time. Enter – the internet. Given that many of us work in close proximity to a computer with an almost infinite virtual reach, it’s almost impossible to avoid the temptation of surfing the web in your idle time.

With unlimited information at your fingertips, one can (and sometimes to their demise, does) spend hours browsing the Internet. For this reason, many companies have installed software to prevent such entertaining activities from going down. But for those of you lucky enough to thrive in a work environment free from online restrictions, the key is not to get caught abusing your liberties. To aid you in this effort, dig this list that outlines the type of sites you don’t want to get caught browsing while on the clock:

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  • Jen

    Guilty as charged! :(

  • Stacye

    Guilty of at least 5 of those. :(

  • D-Ski Brooklyn

    I can not even say anything….of course with the exception of adult sites, I have and do surf all the above at the gig!!

  • Also guilty as charged and it’s a shame because my desk is in the middle of the floor :o) Shopping, Youtube (although it crashes my computer every time), Celeb news (I can’t go w/o a quick morning look at Clutch), Jobs – I just sneak a peak at the CareerBuilder and Monster e-alerts I get and FB – people keep sending me those invites and quiz requests and I just can’t resist. – Okay now I’m back to work ;o)

  • :| oops! LOL