Once you've done your research, gathered your notes, and you've put your butt in your chair, does the internet keep you from writing?
You just have to look up a street name REALLY QUICK and before you know it, you're looking at Travelocity and daydreaming about a trip to a Greek island in five or six years.
Well, how would you like to write easily, without distraction?
Handwrite in notebooks? But then you have to type that sucker up, right?
(But, wait, there's more. Um, actually, no. There's less. Which is better. Trust me.)
Instead of using your laptop or tablet and running one of those BLOCK THE INNERWEBS apps, what if you could just type up the words and then load them into your document when you're done? Kind of a NaNoWriMo experience year-round. Just write. Without distractions.
Well, Laurance Friend has been posting about AlphaSmart keyboards.
Read about his experience here.
And, as Mr. Friend suggests, you can find out more over here at the AlphaSmart discussion page.
Is there a video of someone using one? Sure. Here you go:
Get off the internet and write. Good luck.