... or maybe that should be "Praying at your computer".
There is a great wealth of online resources to help you pray or spend some quiet time while working at your computer. See the links below.
You could set yourself an electronic alarm at noon and join the many who recite the Angelus at that time. Or set an hourly bleep to prompt a brief prayer.
May God bless your time online and protect you from all evil in cyberspace.
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Sacred Space - a well-established site from the Irish Jesuits. "We invite you to make a 'Sacred Space' in your day, and spend ten minutes, praying here and now, as you sit at your computer, with the help of on-screen guidance and scripture chosen specially every day"
Another hi-tech Jesuit site is "Pray as you go" which offers daily prayers to download onto your iPod or other MP3 player for those quieter moments on the bus or train . . . or at your desk.
The Apostleship of Prayer site asks all Christians to make a daily offering of prayer for the good of the world.
At :rejesus Post a Prayer: you can light a digital candle and submit a brief prayer for 24 hours: the candle then gets longer the more people read it and post an "Amen".
Online Rosaries (with or without music, puffs of incense etc) are available here , here and here.
Spirithome gives a wide range of links to Web resources on prayer