You know, Rome wasn't built in a day so you have to try to set the groundwork, set the base work and move from there and I think that's what we've done with a lot of the groups.

Clearly, the company was targeting employees during the workday because more than 70 percent of Web traffic happens during work hours.

People do and say things online that they never would do otherwise. The people I see in my office - they're not perverts, but they get online and suddenly, they're sex fiends.

People are already struggling and feeling like they need to keep up with the variety of information sources they already have. There are upper limits to how much we can manage.

Our culture is about distraction, numbing oneself. There is no self-reflection, no sitting still. It's absolutely exhausting.

Seemingly harmless office pools can introduce the lure and excitement of gambling to the 5 to 8 percent of the population who cannot handle social gambling. A company-sanctioned office pool may be the first experience a person has with gambling, and employers need to be cautious about potentially problematic activities.