How much time do employees spend on the Internet on non-work related projects? According to a recent British marketing research study (quoted in the June 26 issue of PC Magazine), the answer is two days every month. To describe this phenomenon, the study coined a new word: "wilfing", short for "What Was I Looking For?" In the U.S., a 2006 AOL and survey found that web browsing was the top time waster. In counter to this, other experts note that the Internet can make workers far more productive. But, whether Internet access is used or abused, employers are increasingly monitoring workers' online activity. (PC Magazine, June 26, 2007, page 19)