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  1. @Ms Taggart: Thank you. And oh, THANK YOU! 😀

    @Sudeep: :-p If I go live in a jungle, there won’t be any more blogging or tweeting! Are you that tired of my writing, already?

    @Shaz S: Hey girl, are you in Delhi?

    @SwB: Hardly. The story wasn’t so much about blogging as about people who spend too much time online. But yes, most of my online time is spent on blogging activities. Much much thanks for the budday wishes! 🙂

  2. You’ve turned into something of a blogging celebrity, haven’t you? 🙂

    Belated birthday wishes R. Wishing you everything your heart desires.

    Much love,

  3. I very well thought that was you when I read the article. I agree with what you said about net-addiction and cant wait for your book to come out. TC.

  4. Totally agree with what you said there!

    I used to be an internet addict too. The minute I switch on my computer, I cannot just turn it off! So I control it by not taking my power cord with me, thus making sure that I browse only till the time I have power! That way, I can control my non-work time over the net!
    But when I am on a vacation, I am on one! I just do not open the comp, and we have competitions on who among me and husband will open their comp first! Both of us want to win, and so we open it only after the vacation is officially complete! 🙂
    .-= Ms Taggart´s last blog ..All about being Gay! =-.