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With Freedom you can block your internet for few hours when you feel you procrastinate.

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closed as not constructive by Adam Wuerl Mar 7 '12 at 1:18

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As worded this question is just a shopping list for software that has a similar feature set to something else. Questions like this have to solicit more constructive answers than people just responding with software they think is compatible. – Adam Wuerl Mar 7 '12 at 1:20
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copy paste into in terminal/cmd:

echo unplug/disconnect your internet while you want to stop wasting time

other alternatives: leech block, little snitch

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