“Essentially, these researchers explored screen use before bed as a form of relaxation rather than a form of self-harm, which is exactly how I and probably 5 billion other people use it — as a way of distracting our minds from the onslaught of material reality just before we drift off to temporary oblivion.” Is Falling Asleep to TV Really So Bad? (Is there another way to watch TV?)

+ So, it snowed in Buffalo.