Sleep researchers at the University of Toledo, Ohio, reported the first case of someone using the Internet while asleep. A 44-year-old woman had gone to bed about 10 p.m., then got up a few hours later, logged on to her computer with her username and password, and composed three e-mails to friends inviting them over for drinks. She only found out about it when they called the next day to accept.
Her e-mails contained a mix of upper- and lowercase characters, were badly formatted and contained odd expressions. One read: "Come tomorrow and sort this hell hole out. Dinner and drinks, 4 pm. Bring wine and caviar only." Another e-mail said only: "What the ..."