I’m not going to call out anyone specifically, but there are a number of well-known bloggers who I follow and respect very much, yet week after week it seems like they discover a new iPhone task tracking app or some holy grail full-screen text editor that promises to revolutionize hipster productivity. And that’s fine — whatever works for them. But my fear is their clout, if you can call it that, is creating an online community of zombie, productivity wanks who put their tools in front of their work — who spend more time figuring out how to get stuff done rather than actually doing it.
Quoted from Tyler.io. There is no responsibility in the tool, there is a responsibility in you, to make yourself work. Constant app switching is just a form of productivity porn.