What are you searching for? Why are you on the internet?
Truthfully, I am addicted to the internet. I do not watch television and my radio listening has reduced considerably since starting social networking. Taking hours of every day blogging and becoming a citizen journalist, interacting with many people on Twitter, writing Hubpages and reading the works of other great authors takes time.
In addition, as the administrator, owner and founder of another social network that has over 1200 members in just 6 months, it has become a full-time job. I still say this is an addiction because I don't want to miss any of the activity. This means waking up and going to the computer, or basically staying up all night.
Here is my article about internet addition: j.mp/3opSfJ
A few years ago I was addicted. I didn't always have a computer and do know life without one. Now I feel it's just a part of my life. Am I still addicted? To a point. I started researching ways to earn extra income online and now I write about it to share my experience and yes I am earning. I spend at least 3 hours a day five days a week on the computer. I work growing my online business and work cleaning out my three email accounts.
This is a very good Forum. I will be back to read more.
Because its endless source of information and that is my food
because of its sharing behavior and i love to share views and information
I will soon live here when they expand my fiber optical package All I will need is a small property for my pc.
Im not actually addicted it is my fingers that are the culprit. They have a mind of their own, they click me on web pages, click me into chat programs... I try to control them....alas and alack what is a girl meant to do?
Ooooo I get so frustrated with those little pinkys!!!
BP lovely one, you are back, and may I say lookin good!!!
I am not addicted to Internet at all,neither I m searching anything.But I love to enjoy forum talks.
The internet is not necessarily addicting unless you just get on for FUN things. The internet has many opportunities for LEARNING, JOBS, SOCIAL NETWORKING, MEETING FRIENDS, SHOPPING, and BUSINESS. So not everybody that gets on the internet is "addicted" to it, but more than likely just utilizing it's positive opportunities.
Internet marketing... It use to be facebook, but now I want to make a living online.. Being that things change constantly, I have to keep up... So I try to get involved with as many social sights that I can... Twitter, Fb, MySpace, Digg, Stumbleupon, MyBlogLog... I am spread everywhere... Eventually I will nail down my niche and take it from there.
Free porn? Um ... I mean ... helping to stamp out all the free porn on the internet ... yeah ... that's it.
Everything, absolutely everything. Social networking, business, learning, shopping, games, internet marketing, forums, hacking LOL, the list goes on. When I'm somewhere without connection, I'll usually just crack a wireless connection to get on. I'm addicted, but not to a single thing. Been on since '89 using gopher and FTP (I was 7 years old) back then, until a graphical browser came out in '93.
Best way to meet great minds and choose meaningful content
o.k., this is it, my last post here ... for a while.
the internet is really a love/hate relationship for me.
I love learning, reading anything at the touch of a click, interacting with others, but I also love being outdoors and spending time with family/friends,
should be cleaning my house.
Because there is just so much to discover and do. I'm not really looking for anything I just like the stuff I find.
I'd rather be addicted to the internet searching for answers, learning, exploring and communicating rather than watching secular television and soap operas all day.
I have no life therefore its the internet or stare at the wall wondering whether that spider is looking at me all day. When i get a life my bond with t'interweb will be broken. Expect me to be here for some time
I am addicted to the internet because I can't stop working once I have started. But, I have to be working on something that I love.
I am addicted to the internet because I love reading and there's SO much of information available online! The moment I decide to just relax a bit, something else interesting pops up.
And of course, Stumbleupon isn't helping anything. I just started using it, and boy oh boy am I hooked!
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