I also spent a lot of time studying and researching in the library (remember that place where people used to go to find information before the internet?). The library was fine, but it was normally so quiet that any small noise would pierce the silence. Somebody scooting a chair in or out, packing or unpacking a backpack, and even someone whispering to a friend were all distracting noises because they stood out rather than being lost in a cacophony of steady noise.
So that brings me to a recent tidbit I came across that said coffee shop background noise is helpful for creativity, so I thought I would revisit the topic and update my previous 2011 blog post on white noise. In that article, I mentioned two white noise generators and I'm glad to report that both are still around! They are...
- WhiteNoisePlayer.com which has 8 different sounds from standard white noise to ocean waves, wind and rain, etc;
- SimplyNoise.com which has three buttons at the top to produce slight different white noise.
- coffee shop
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