...life, liberty, and the pursuit of high-speed internet

Posted by mountainmelody On 3/18/2007 09:34:00 PM
Up to 14 percent of computer users reported neglecting work, school, families, food and sleep to use the internet.

4 Responses to '...life, liberty, and the pursuit of high-speed internet'

  1. Cheryl said...
    http://mountainmelody.blogspot.com/2007/03/life-liberty-and-pursuit-of-high-speed.html?showComment=1174272300000#c117426873478763362'> 9:45 PM

    Uh, your honor....guilty, not guilty, not guilty, guilty, and guilty.

    And you, Ms. Statistics?

    (Although, you can eat food and use the internet at the same time. It's just the the KINDS of foods you can eat are usually not good for you. :)


  2. mountainmelody said...
    http://mountainmelody.blogspot.com/2007/03/life-liberty-and-pursuit-of-high-speed.html?showComment=1174273680000#c117427009044516032'> 10:08 PM

    Yeah, I never realized that stats like this interested me until, well, I started posting them all the time.

    About the fact..."neglect" is a strong word...

    I definitely don't play on the internet at work. And I always find a way to eat.

    It would all be much better if I just had high-speed! :)


  3. cheryl said...
    http://mountainmelody.blogspot.com/2007/03/life-liberty-and-pursuit-of-high-speed.html?showComment=1174447260000#c117444367657842551'> 10:21 PM

    Let me add an addendum, I never my work either. I meant since I've been working at home and there's no one looking over my shoulder, I've been lax. Of course, if I can play online from 1:00-5:00 and then work from 7:00-11:00, it all comes out in the wash. :)

    Yeah, neglect is a strong word. I "poorly prioritize" sometimes, but the things that need to get done, always do. :)

    And finally, yes, high-speed is da bomb! You can ignore/neglect more things even faster!! :)


  4. cheryl said...
    http://mountainmelody.blogspot.com/2007/03/life-liberty-and-pursuit-of-high-speed.html?showComment=1174447260001#c117444370046177456'> 10:21 PM

    Arrgh, in the post above, I meant to say "I never NEGLECTED my work either..."