The average American watches 5 hours of TV per day.
Adults spend 11 hours per day with digital media. Three of those hours are spent on social media websites.
In the year 1996, David Foster Wallace wrote a (very long) novel titled Infinite Jest, which was about an entertainment video cartridge that was so entertaining that anyone who watched it died. They could/would not choose to look away. If you must read or watch something on the internet today, here are some suggestions. If you can, read/watch these things some other time and get yourself outside. Like, right now. It will be getting dark earlier today than it did yesterday.
Here's a marvelous example of what happens over on the Surly Blog. Some of the finest words ever said about racing.
Here's a video that will make you feel better about being a human.
Here's another video that kind of explains what it's like to try to work on bicycles, build almost anything, or do something nice for someone (some explicit language is involved).
Now please go outside.