You Know You're too Serious About Computers If...

You Know You're too Serious About Computers...
If you did an error-free installation of Windows 95 the first time.
When your modem starts smoking.
If no one can reach you by phone since your computer is always online.
If you log-off your system because it's time to go to work.
If you call in sick because you found a great new WWW site.
If you can type your top 10 favourite Web sites, by heart.
If you can locate more than 100 home pages without using a search engine.
If you can write your own html page.
If you download more than 20Gb of from a binary newsgroup, in one session.
If while reading a magazine, you look for the Zoom icon for a better look at a photograph.
You comment, while watching a sunset, that the image could be enhanced with 10% more magenta and a higher resolution.
If while driving down the street, you are confused by the numbers on the houses - they do not appear to be legitimate WWW addresses.
When someone tells you to remember something, and you look for File/Save command.
When you discover there is no "Start" icon with a flag, on the dashboard of your car, to make it go.
When you think the File/Kill command should apply to your system administrator.
When you find it easier to check http://National Weather Service Weather/your_town/now.htm than to simply look out the window.
When you start using phrases like:
If you have a heart attack when you forgot to pay your phone bill and receive a "pending disconnection of service" notice.
When you order most of what you buy online.
If your fingers quit moving because you've been online for 36 hours.
When you find yourself engaged to someone you've never actually met; except through e-mail or IRC.
When you log-off from a session in your favourite newsgroup and your log reads: Online time: 56 hours 24 minutes.
If your net provider suggests you try a competitor, because you're exceeding 300 hours a month, connect time.
When you add your third modem and dedicated phone line, and it still seems "a little sluggish".
You access Microsoft's Web page every Sunday morning for Brother Bill's sermon.
When that 112Gb hard drive is full.
If 200 MHz is simply too slow.
When your desk collapses under the weight of your computer peripherals.
If you have an "Activity" light installed on your car to tell you when the engine is running.
When you discover that in order to go somewhere outside, you do not need an http:// or ftp:// address.
When you can access the Net - via your portable and cellular phone.
If you try to press Alt-F4 to close your car window.
When someone tells you about a great new program and you're very disappointed to find it's on TV.
If every sentence you utter begins with, "On the Net...".
If you put your e-mail address in the upper left-hand corner of envelopes.
When you insist on seeing the movie "The Net" - for the 63rd time.
If you maintain more than 6 e-mail addresses.
If you use more than 20 passwords.
If you set up your own Web page.
If you set up a Web page for each of your kids. and your pets.
If, instead of a phone number, you ask someone for their e-mail address.
If you don't know anyone who DOESN'T have an e-mail addresses.
If you convince your mom that she HAS to get online because e-mail is so much cheaper than long distance phone charges.
If you can write a list like this.
If you can relate to a list like this.