A computer program that blocks your internet access until you've written x words, where x is a number of the user's choosing, on a document of the user's choosing. When x words have been written, internet access will be granted for y minutes, where -- again -- y is a number chosen by the user.
So for me: My computer would lock out my internet access until I'd written 1000 words on my dissertation. Then I would get 10 minutes of internet access, during which I could be as productive (accessing documents I need for my research) or unproductive (visiting eplaya, watching cute animal/robot vide, reading pop-culture snark and/or serious political discussion (not much difference, really)) as I desire. After those 10 minutes, regardless of how I spent them, I'd be required to write another 1000 words.
Seriously: If this had been invented when I started said dissertation, I'd have been able to truthfully say "trust me, I'm a doctor*" for several years now. Instead, the best I can muster is "trust me, I haven't been kicked out of grad school yet**."
*not that kind of doctor, sadly. My discipline (ha!) is in the humanities.
**only because my committee members are infinitely patient. I would have kicked me out a while back.
If you want drama to stop following you everywhere, try letting go of the leash.