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  • Are you an Internet Junky?

    This quiz is dedicated to all of those people who find themselves constantly roaming the net. Do you leave yourself logged in twenty-four hours a day, even when you're not home? Is your wpm typing speed higher than your IQ? Are you having trouble seeing things at distances greater than 2 feet? Yes, YOU. You know who you are.

    Ok... shall we begin? Yes? 5 points... (you could've backed out.)

    Unless otherwise stated, point values are as follows:
    2 for (a), 4 for (b), 6 for (c), and 10 for (d).

    How many valid net addresses do you have?
    Multiple machines at the same site do not count.

    How many hours did it take for you to create your .sig?
    a) Huh?
    b) More than one
    c) More than five
    d) I'm still looking for a really funky quote

    On an average working day, how many email messages do you receive?
    a) Nobody sends me any mail... sniff
    b) Three, but they're all from Lester in the next cubicle over, because he has nothing better to do
    c) I can't count that high, I failed calculus
    d) Don't ask me now, I'm too busy. Send me e-mail.

    All right, fess up. Have you ever read alt.sex.bondage just to see what the heck those perverts were talking about?
    a) Yes, and I'm so ashamed
    b) Yes, and I'm so embarrassed
    c) Yes, and would you please explain a few things to me...
    d) No, never. (10 points. You're lying.)

    Have you ever met one of your past SO's (significant others) via a computer network?
    a) No
    b) Yes, through a newsgroup we both posted on
    c) Yes, by chatting randomly over the Internet (shame!)
    d) Yes, by chatting over RELAY

    Once you've logged onto your system, what do you spend most of your time doing?
    a) Putting books on reserve in the library computer system.
    b) Reading _Alice in Wonderland_ in the online bookshelf
    c) Reading the monthly postings on rec.humor.funny
    d) Writing up stupid quizzes because you've done everything else

    If someone were to telephone your home at any given moment of the day, what would be the percent chance that your phone would be busy?
    a) Zero... I've got call waiting
    b) 25%.... I only dial in from work (Uh, hi, boss)
    c) 75%.... Duh, so that's why nobody ever calls me
    d) Zero... My modem has a separate phone line

    Which Usenet newsgroups do you spend the most time reading?
    a) The comp. groups... because they're so informative
    b) The soc. groups.... because they're so multicultural
    c) The rec. groups.... because they're so diverting
    d) The alt. groups.... because I don't know what half those words mean

    What's your worst complaint about having an Internet account?
    a) I have to pay $5/month for it
    b) The damn sysadmins won't give me enough quota to hold all my .gif's
    c) All those programmers keep tying up the modem lines
    d) I have to stay in school to keep it

    Check your watch now. What time is it?
    a) 10 am... coffee break
    b) 3 pm.... General Hospital's on
    c) 12 am... one last login before I hit the sack
    d) 4 am.... Oh my God, I've got a test tomorrow

    ALL RIGHT, GUYS. SCORING TIME.

    0-25 points: You're not a nerd. Go read a manual or two and come back next year.

    25-50 points: You're an up-and-coming Internet nerd. Why don't you telnet over to 128.6.4.8 and play around with the Quartz BBS for a while.

    50-75 points: You're a full-fledged Internet nerd. Join the club.

    75-100 points: You're an Internet addict. Try going to the library this week, it'll do you some good.

    100+ points: You're an Internet obsessive-compulsive. Unplug your computer, go out in the woods for a few days, and relax. Lay back and listen to the birds singing. Clear your mind. And don't forget to unsubscribe yourself from all those lists before you leave.
    Mastiya

  • #2
    Guess this is a little outdated. I don't even have a telephone at my home, at least not one that is answered or called by humans. I have a cellphone and skype for that stuff.
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    • #3
      Up and coming Internet nerd.
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      • #4
        Isn't it Junkie?

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        • #5
          Alot of us work from home to save the commute, or the commute is simply impossible to do. Being on the other side of the Country or in another Country. I am on here at 3:30-4:00 am EST, and sometimes finish before noon. However, i also sometimes finish into the evening.. As you can note: I take alot of random breaks, and dont always have time to stop for lunch..

          Also, paying $5.00 a month for Internet and using Newsgroups that way was an early to mid-1990s kiind of thing, my ISP just opened some new plans for $99.99 home cable internet. They also plan on being the first in Canada to use 4G home internet, with a dual modem "Cable and 4G modem", using the cable for redundant backup if the 4G was to go down.. Rogers has not gone down here in many years..
          MCSE, MVP, CCIE
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Ak Worm View Post
            Isn't it Junkie?
            "Alternative spelling of junkie"


            vB5 is unequivocally the best forum software, but not yet...

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            • #7
              I don't feel like an internet junkie; I golf daily...with my smart phone with me, I eat out and go to movies...with my smart phone on my lap, I hang out with my friends at their home...as long as they have internet access and I go on vacations with my lap top. teeth|skin|diet
              Last edited by equity space; Fri 14th May '10, 11:16pm.

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              • #8
                How many points is "Writing in a strange font, italicizing it, and making it cyan colored" worth?
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by beishe8 View Post
                  Oh thank you Google Master "Bow" "Look up"

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                  • #10
                    Lol. I had a party a couple of weeks ago... bonfire, drinking, music, sex in the bushes, your normal decadent party. One of the attendees got furious with me and stormed out because I wouldn't give him the wap keys to my wireless router so he could log into my network and get online with his netbook. Now THAT'S a junkie.
                    Anybody who says "it can't be done" will usually be interrupted by somebody who is already doing it.

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                    • #11
                      I am quickly becoming an internet junkie but that is no bad thing as I am learning stuff about everything under the sun that would require the National Library scale of books to show me. I think we are all internet junkies as we are all linked to everyone else. And I think it is a good thing. I just love reading about ghosts one minute and holiday campsites in Cornwall the next then chatting with a friend in Australia the next. There is nothing wrong with been an internet junkie so long as you still wash and sleep...he he he

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                      • #12
                        yes i am a internet junky.

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