You might be a TechnoPagan if:
You call your corners on a cellular phone.
You've had to remove candle wax off your keyboard.
You charge your ritual tools- with a Visa.
You use a remote control in place of an athame.
You download your book of shadows.
You cast your circle in a chat room.
Your familiar is a mouse.
You attend ritual skyclad because it's too much trouble to get dressed for a computer.
Your Yule ritual involves defragmentation.
Your altar cloth is a mouse pad.
Your cauldron is a crock-pot.
Your cone of power has a surge suppressor.
Your magical name, e-mail address, and on-line name are all the same.
If you end a circle with Ctl-Alt-Del.
Your athame has a SCSI interface.
Your OBE's begin with a netsplit.
Your ritual robes conceal a pocket protector.
You calculate the phases of the moon with Windows '98.
Your altar has a keyboard.
Your drawing down a circle is a POST (power on self test).
You do most of your correspondence by email and sign off with Blessed Be.
You don't call it a ritual, you call it a Macro.
You have ever attached ribbons to a May Pole using a staple gun.
You invite the God and Goddess to come online.
You keep a Disk of Shadows (with encrypted backups).
You participate in online rituals more than you do FTF.
You refer to eclectic ritual as cross-platforming.
Your Beltane ritual includes more than one news group.
Your candles have batteries.
Your deities include Murphy and Gates.
Your drumming is done on a CD player (pre-recorded).
Your herbs are always mail-ordered (express, overnight).
Your idea of a great retreat has a Computer City, electricity, and a TV nearby.
Your incense is by Glade.
Your magic wand is a laser pointer.
Your magical writing is done in binary code or C++.
Your pentacle is made of computer chips.
Instead of asking what tradition someone comes from, you ask what operating system they run.
Your coven is spread over a 12,000 sq. mi. area.
Your Book of Shadows has a 6-digit version number.
You refer to deities using 3-letter acronyms (ODN, LKI, THR).
You do cord magick with ethernet.
You ritually down your server for Samhain.
When your quarter candles burn out, the UPS backup system kicks in.
Erecting the temple entails formatting more than 4 disks.
Casting the circle changes an (int) to a (float).
Your Star Trek screen-saver signals when your meditation period is over.
Passing the cakes and ale entails using a /me command.
Your search for truth involves regular expressions.
You draw down the moon using a light-pen.
Your tarot cards multi-task.
Your daemons collect news for you.
Your crystal ball has a horizontal-hold control.
You refer to solitary practice as a stand alone.
You tap into the collective unconscious using a web browser.
Your favorite deity has a homepage.
The address of your covenstead begins with http://
Your circle is a token ring.