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- n. Momentary or short-lived boredom.
But as it becomes more difficult to imagine a world without constant connectivity, the very concept of "microboredom" may begin to lower people's tolerance for even a second of empty time.
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The goal seems to be to avoid the microboredom of having nothing to do over a very short period of time.
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