When filling out your driver's license application, you give your IP address.
You no longer ask prospective dates what their sign is, instead your line is ‘Hi, what's your URL?’
Instead of calling you to dinner, your spouse sends e-mail.
You're amazed to find out Spam is a food.
You introduce your wife as ‘my email@example.com’ and refer to your children as ‘client applications.’
At social functions you introduce your husband as ‘my domain server.’
You ask a friend, ‘What's that big shiny thing?’ They say, ‘It's the sun.’
You think Webster's Dictionary is a directory of WEB sites.
When using your phone you forget that you don't have to use your keyboard.
Your boss asks you to ‘go for’ coffee and you come up with 235 FTP sites.
You log-off your system because it's time to go to work.
While reading a magazine, you look for the Zoom icon for a better look at a photograph.
Someone tells you to remember something, and you look for File/Save command.
You find it easier to dial-up the National Weather Service: Weather/your_town/now.html than to simply look out the window.
You find yourself engaged to someone you've never actually met except through e-mail.
Your desk collapses under the weight of your computer peripherals.
You can access the Net - via your portable and cellular phone.
You put your e-mail address in the upper left-hand corner of envelopes.
You maintain more than 6 e-mail addresses and more than 20 passwords.
You set up your own Web page.
You set up a Web page for each of your kids... and your pets.
You wake up at 3 a.m. to go to the bathroom and stop to check your e-mail on the way back to bed.
You get a tattoo that reads - ‘This body best viewed with Netscape Navigator 1.1 or higher.’
You name your children Eudora, Mozilla and Dotcom.
You turn off your modem and get this awful empty feeling, like you just pulled the plug on a loved one.
You spend half of the plane trip with your laptop on your lap and your child in the overhead compartment.
You decide to stay in college for an additional year or two, just for the free Internet access.
You laugh at people with 2400-baud modems.
You start using smileys in your snail mail.