Besides hubpages? Lol, lol, lol, none. But from my new addiction to hubpages, I can imagine now what it must feel like to have a serious internet addiction to sites or activities that aren't as tame ;-)
I am not sure if I am addicted but I love writing hubs, writing articles and posting them to article directories, engaging in forums discussions and writing content in my website.
I play a lot of games, not as much as I used to though. A few years ago I had quite a few 16+ hour days sitting in front of a computer. A couple extremely high energy dogs was a good fix for that, though.
i watch a lot of videos on youtube and read a lot in the net.
i like internet because it is the only way to share ur opinions with the whole world.
social messengers like watsapp were easily addictive for me, especially when i have engaging friends online.Am equally getting addicted to writing on hubpages, i hope to checkmate that early enough.
Nice question.My newest addiction is hubpages and also facebook.
Of course, for me, I always spend time on Facebook and searching information. I should have some time on Facebook or I will not be happy. Not now, before. I think I am addicted with Internet. I love using Internet. In our community, not too much people who use Internet. My father always angry me because of Internet.
I've found that when a certain web site gets overly addictive, that it's best just to go cold turkey and stay away from it all together. Keep on hubbing
I probably have it. I think it goes in-and-out of extremity. Some days I can't go two minutes without checking my phone. Some days I'll check it in the car, or at work, or during meetings. I sat through an entire class one year in college, just surfing the net. I failed that class.
Sometimes I'll be completely content not touching a computer for hours, and won't even think about it.
I guess it just depends on what I'm doing, or "supposed" to be doing. I am bored easily. The internet is my go-to drug to alleviate boredom.
Let me refer you to this article I read sometime back in Newsweek:
http://www.thedailybeast.com/newsweek/2 … -says.html
I found myself addicted to chatting online when I was younger. It was enough for me to neglect my studies and drop out of college. If I didn't keep myself active in other ways, all I would do is chat online with almost total strangers.
It has become my habit of searching for ans/solution of every small problem..sometime i sat infront of laptop till 3 am,mostly i'm addict to facebook,youtube,skype and wikihow.
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