I take it that this means that my definition of "a life" includes time for restful near-solitude, and serious quality time with the computer.
It's nice knowing that I spend a great deal of this time on the computer here by choice, rather than by default in the absence of anything else to do. And when I'm away long enough, I do get 'net deprivation.
The crucial part, of course, is the chronicling. I need to have the means ready to take notes on what I'm doing as I'm doing it. I wonder if AzureBlue's battery is really as toast as I thought it was.