According to a recent study led by Harvard psychologists, people let their minds wander forty-seven per cent of the time they are awake. "Mind-wandering is an essential cognitive tool. A daydream is that fountain spurting, spilling strange new thoughts into the stream of consciousness. And these spurts [can] turn out to be surprisingly useful." Read the full story in The New Yorker. Preferably whilst sporting your pajamas.
...Said Brian Moylan, Gawker. Well, we beg to differ. This is where is begins.