For research, the internet is a primo work tool. It’s also a colossal time-suck. Keep this in mind if you’re undisciplined – countless opportunities are available for disappearing into a string of rabbit holes where huge chunks of time disappear along with.
Word of the day: Labyrgoogle (lab-ber-goo-gull), v., to traverse through mazes of interconnected digital corridors, with or without goal or focus; from labyrinth (Greek), Google (Silicon Valley).
How used in sentence: Because of earthquakes and Armageddon, my flight was delayed for a couple hours, so I labyrgoogled the internet until they announced the boarding call.
Footnote: Lexicographers most likely will dismiss “Labyrgoogle” and the word will fail to gain a foothold in day-to-day jabber. "Google" is explicit in meaning, and it stands by itself to convey the process of becoming lost in multiple venues without help from redundant auxiliary words. As well, any time lost by someone who Googles without focus is understood as an inherent business risk, generally to be minimized where possible.