Scott Adams:

You might be there already. I know I am. If I have access to my phone, or my computer, I’m never bored. If I’m watching TV, I can fast-forward through commercials. If I’m standing in line at the store, I can check email or play Angry Birds. When I work out, I listen to my iPod. I wake up in the morning and walk straight to my iPad to browse the headlines while my coffee is brewing. The last thing I do before shutting my eyes at night is browse the news again on my phone. […] The only reliable place to be bored these days is in the shower.

Related (and required) reading: The Top Idea in Your Mind by Paul Graham.

What if Everyone in the World Stopped Being Bored?