pro·cras·ti·na·tiv·i·ty (proh-kras-tuh-nuh-tiv-i-tee) -noun
1. The inciting act of procrastination
that gives birth to further procrastination.
2. That which college students everywhere participate in when reports are coming due.
So I was reviewing some background information on Wikipedia
this morning, then I had a procrastinativity moment when I saw a related link to a completely unrelated topic that was nonetheless relevant to my interests. Several hours later I realized that I had to leave for class, without having done any actual work.