More people than ever before are working from home and a lot of them are using their laptops in BED.

In a recent poll, half of 1,000 workers said they read or respond to work emails from bed. A British study of 329 workers found that nearly 1 in 5 of them spends two to 10 hours a week working from bed.

This is partly because work has become so international. In the November 14th edition of the Wall Street Journal, Sue Shellenbarger quotes one bed worker as saying, "When you work with people all around the world, it is difficult to avoid."

She quotes lawyer David Spiegel his work night ritual helps him "catch up and make sure everything is buttoned up, so I know I’m going into the next day prepared."
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One of the main causes of insomnia is watching TV in bed, but turning off the TV and picking up a book doesn’t help, if the book you’re reading is on a back lit e-reader.

A new study shows that a two-hour exposure to electronic devices with self-luminous “backlit” displays causes melatonin suppression, which might lead to delayed bedtimes, especially in teens.
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Most people join social networks like Facebook in order to MAKE friends, but in the process, they often end up LOSING them instead, because people tend to become surprisingly nasty to each other online, texting things they would never say to someone face to face.
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