Question of the day from SKL

What % of your time do you spend at your computer?

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6 Responses to Question of the day from SKL

  1. Jason says:

    I think I spend way more than I really should on this thing!!!

  2. Jenny says:

    a lot…can’t guess the % but a lot!! lol

  3. Laura says:

    Does “too much” count as a percentage?

    Ok, I’ve gotten WAY better in the last couple of weeks. There was a little time there where I was on most of the day, nonstop. Now, I get on for about a solid hour in the morning, and, unless I’m doing something worthwhile like researching/writing blog posts or paying bills, I leave after that first hour or so. I check back a lot during the day, though, because I use it to IM my family. I don’t know that I could do a percentage, though… maybe a couple hours, total, on non-bill days, so 3 hours out of 24 would be, what, 12.5%? Did I math that correctly?

  4. SKL says:

    Let’s see, assuming I am doing “something” about 16 hours per day, about 10-12 are spent at the computer. So that would be up to 75% (7 days per week). That includes my “work work,” my “personal business” (e.g., bill paying, online shopping), reading the news (it’s my only news source), keeping in touch with family/friends, and messing around on the internet.

    I have improved my internet habits, but replaced wasted internet time with work/personal business on the computer. Or sleep.

  5. lucy says:

    Too much.. most of my work is computer based…. and then email, blogs, and other fun stuff.

  6. Nikki says:

    I don’t know the percentage, it’s so sporadic through out the day. Too much, I’m quite sure!

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