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Spending a bit too much time in front of your PC? In need of a legitimate reason to explain why?

Well since playing Skyrim and/or watching videos of animals riding turtles just isn't going to cut it anymore, here's a bright idea.

Why not announce that you're actually working on a new piece of art?

These images show a series of "mouse maps" which follow the movements of different PC users. The image above shows someone during a 3.9 hour Minecraft session (via Reddit).

The image below follows someone playing Starcraft 2 for three hours (via Reddit)

This image shows Counter Strike: Source for 40.2 minutes (via Reddit)

And this one shows how much work we do in 4.3 hours:

If you want to create your own then download this program here.

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