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Signs You Spend Too Much Time on the Internet

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Thursday, October 14, 2010

Signs You Spend Too Much Time on the Internet

None of us want to admit it, but there are obvious signs of spending too much time on the internet. No matter how hard we try to hide it, there is a co-dependence when it comes to electronic information. If you don't believe me, try going camping, or experiencing a long power outage. Here is a list of examples of how it shows in everyday life:
  • You try to multitask everything you do.
  • If someone asks you a question, and you're not 100% sure about the answer, you will Google it on the spot.
  • You mapquest the quickest route to work.
  • You look for online coupons before going out to eat, every time.
  • You watch more Netflix instant play than you do cable television.
  • You check your email more than 10 times a day.
  • You never pick up a newspaper.
  • You pay all of your bills online, and receive all of the statements electronically.
  • Facebook chat becomes a primary means of communication for you.
  • You search Google in your dreams.
  • You have tried searching for "Google" on Google more than once.
  • You spend more than a couple hours every week searching for funny YouTube videos.
  • You haven't read a book in years, but your vocabulary is very extensive.
  • You say "LOL" when you are speaking to others.
  • You search for cheaper prices on your phone while browsing at the store.
  • You do all of your gift shopping online.
  • If there is a power outage you are completely out of things to do. And when it comes back on, you reset your modem 5 times or more until you get your connection back.
  • You follow more than 500 people on Twitter, and update the tweets every ten minutes.
  • You look up your current location on Google Maps everywhere you go to see if you're in the picture.

If anyone else knows of some, and I'm sure there are plenty more, please comment on them below.

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