Called IOGraphic, (but formerly known as MousePath) this clever little program was designed by Moscow designer Anatoly Zenkov and Andrey Shipilov to brighten up boring, computer-based workdays.
It's basically an application that turns mouse movements into visuals - the idea being you just run it and do your usual day stuff at the computer.
The resulting graph-type/arty scrawl serves as a day-long record for your actions, where lines represent, er well, movement and dots represent periods of inactivity.
It's free, and surprisingly satisfing to run it for a few days to see the difference (or scary similarity) in your work tasks.
Try it out for yourself here.