Salvador Dali once famously quipped: "I don't do drugs; I am drugs."
Which is kind of how I would feel if someone asked me, "How often do you use the Internet at home?"
I don't use the Internet at home; my home is the Internet.
I don't "use the internet several times a day." I use the Internet once a day… all day… everyday. Thanks to my wireless router, the Internet is hovering about in every cubic inch of my apartment at any given moment for me to grab. Multiple laptops are open and ready to strike at anytime, constantly awaiting that next email or instant message or Google search.
If I am not on the Internet, something is wrong. Something needs to be unplugged and then replugged and then hopefully everything will go back to normal or it will be time to FREAK OUT.
Each year, Focus tracks "The State of the Internet" and publishes it using graphs like the one above.
Well that's my state of the Internet. I guess I fall under "OTHER."
[via The Presurfer]