if you’ve got a remarkably natural talent to turn all conversations back towards yourself; especially when describing new social media technologies.
if you use euphemisms like “rich design” to denote unrestrained use of the “drop shadow,” “gradient overlay,” and “bevel and emboss” styles in Photoshop.
if sentiments like “I’m a HUGE fan of X—I think maker-of-X could really be onto something” appear in your blog posts (where X is a product or service developed by a large, innovative and profitable company).
if you chide people for incorrect usage of made up social media words.
if you think knowledge is a zero sum game.
if you’ve always got a better app than your peers or already onto the next, best thing, then the old thing all the noobs are using.
if you use twitter; in fact, you are.
if, now that we’ve given you a tool to “update the goddamn homepage,” you decide to delegate the responsibility to an intern.
if your frustration extends as far as demanding—in a tone of exasperation—“why can’t I just update the goddamn homepage?”—but not so far as to actually learn the requisite skills.
if all your apps end in “r.”