Contemplative computing is about learning to use information technologies in ways that help you be more focused and mindful, and protect you from being perpetually distracted. This 2011 talk I did in Marseille is a good overview of contemplative computing.
I'm the author of The Distraction Addiction, published by Little Brown & Co in August 2013. It's probably available at a location near you. If not you can order the book via Barnes & Noble and Amazon.com, or from your local bookstore.
I try to keep up with the reviews of the book, and assemble links to them here. It's been reviewed pretty widely in the popular and technical press, so if you're not sure the book is for you, the reviews will come in handy.