Although I suspect that the way I come across on line and the way I come across "in real life" are somewhat different - "in real life," I'm rather timid and shy around people I don't know, but online the keyboard and the screen act as rather nice buffers. Also, most of the time I try to remain fairly calm and stree-free, but occasionally I've been known to lose it. Not very often, by any means, but it happens.
So there you go - there are three of me.
On the bright side, none of me are the blue electric angels, so that's alright...
My colleague just left the office saying, "right, I'm off, see you next week," and appears to have left his computer on.
It's nice to know folks are so security conscious.
On another work-related note, if you ring a business (or technically a charity) and its 'phone number is going through to an automated BT message that "this phone number is not receiving incoming calls," is it a fairly safe bet that the business is now defunct? And if not, what possible good can come of having a phone number (the only public number for the company, as far as I can tell) which doesn't take calls?