How much time do you spend here?

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In summary, Danger spends about 4.5 hours a day on PF, and Moonbear spends about 8 hours a day on PF.

On average, how much time do you spend here each day?


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On average, how much time do you spend on PF per day?
 
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...enough...
 
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I used to spend 20 hours a week or more, basically any time i was at my computer, i was posting to PF. And any time I was in my room I was at my computer. It added up.

Not so much anymore though.
 
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at least uummm an hour..okay, 2. ...3! you have it! OKAY OKAY! about 4 1/2 hours a day! :cry:
 
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Too much. :rolleyes: Errr, um...not nearly enough! :biggrin:
 
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I clicked the 4-8 hours button, but some explanation is in order. The first thing that I do when I get up is log on and check for messages or new posts that require a response. As long as I'm in the house, and awake, I'm logged on here even if I happen to go watch TV or cruise around the net looking for stuff. When I go to sleep or out of the house, I log off. It therefore would be more appropriate to say that my computer is here 4-8 hours a day. I visit it from time to time to see what's up. Of course, once I get into it with Artman or Moonbear or the rest of 'my crowd', I might sit for 5 hours at a stretch trying to keep up to them. Unfortunately, they choose to do this at about 2 in the morning.
 
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Who else has PF as their default home page?
 
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Loren Booda said:
Who else has PF as their default home page?

I use the Mozilla Firefox browser (If you aren't all using this yet - why not?) and always have PF open in one of the tabs when I'm online.

Like Danger says, my PC is on line all the time its on, so I might appear to be online all day too!

Hard to give an average time for this site. When my life is hectic (ie last September until April!) I only could only afford fleating visits. It is though a wonderful site and the amount of Physics I have learned from this visiting is amazing.
 
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Danger said:
I clicked the 4-8 hours button, but some explanation is in order. The first thing that I do when I get up is log on and check for messages or new posts that require a response. As long as I'm in the house, and awake, I'm logged on here even if I happen to go watch TV or cruise around the net looking for stuff. When I go to sleep or out of the house, I log off. It therefore would be more appropriate to say that my computer is here 4-8 hours a day. I visit it from time to time to see what's up. Of course, once I get into it with Artman or Moonbear or the rest of 'my crowd', I might sit for 5 hours at a stretch trying to keep up to them. Unfortunately, they choose to do this at about 2 in the morning.
Now that its summer, I have plenty of time, too much. Ditto most of Danger's reasons.
 
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Danger said:
I clicked the 4-8 hours button, but some explanation is in order. The first thing that I do when I get up is log on and check for messages or new posts that require a response. As long as I'm in the house, and awake, I'm logged on here even if I happen to go watch TV or cruise around the net looking for stuff. When I go to sleep or out of the house, I log off. It therefore would be more appropriate to say that my computer is here 4-8 hours a day. I visit it from time to time to see what's up. Of course, once I get into it with Artman or Moonbear or the rest of 'my crowd', I might sit for 5 hours at a stretch trying to keep up to them. Unfortunately, they choose to do this at about 2 in the morning.


aha! sucker

move to Europe and you'll be just fine with us :biggrin:
 

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