The simple answer is no.
Sure, I was tempted for a few minutes. It would certainly be nice to be out of debt and finally free from the bondage of student loans. I would love to travel, buy a new car, and have money to pay for my children’s college education.
However. . .
Even through I lived the majority of my life pre-cell phone and pre-Internet, I have come to rely heavily on both. It would cut me off from some of my favorite things, people, friends, family. I’m the most social, anti-social person I know. Actually, I hate to talk on the phone, so the majority of my correspondence is done via email and texting. I would miss my friends on Facebook, I would miss photo sharing, and I would miss reading fan fiction. I use the Internet for almost everything; family history research, blogging, banking, paying bills, setting appointments, shopping, weather reports, breaking news, travel arrangements, researching products, and more. In addition, as a writer I can’t image researching for a story without access to the Internet. I would be incredibly lost without Wikipedia.
Therefore, no, I could not give up the Internet—even for $10 million dollars.