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    Instant Messaging

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    Instant Messaging Instant messaging is a tool used by a vast majority of Internet users. This new tools has some advantages and some disadvantages. IM is used a lot of the time in education. It’s used for recruiting and admissions, student-faculty communications, library consultations, group projects, and immediate feedback, and discussions during lectures. Businesses are also finding instant messaging useful, as well as the deaf community. Some of the disadvantages are that teachers don’t

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    Instant Messaging

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    Instant Messaging Instant messaging (IM) is the latest trend in communication, which allows two or more persons to communicate by typing in text form and the message being received in real time. This form of messaging, compared to e-mail, allows for quick and easy responses to satisfy ones need for instant and constant communication. We will discuss the history of instant messaging; explore how it works and what is needed to enable this application. We will also discuss companies involved, regulatory

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    Text Messaging

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    Text messaging is a very controversial subject in our society, possibly even in other cultures. Some complain that texting is overused and abused while others praise the most recent developments and upgrades of texting. The pervasive use of text messaging in today’s society has many facets; however, the bad is said to outweigh the good. Any individual’s perspective on the issue will most likely depend on their age group or social class. For example, a fifteen year old would appreciate the convenience

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    The Reality of Instant Messaging

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    The Reality of Instant Messaging “Instant messaging, also referred to as IM or Buddy Lists, is a program or communication service that lets you communicate with someone else using the same program at the same time” (YouCanWorkFromAnywhere.com). It is a means of chatting where people send each other short messages electronically. It can be looked at as something between e-mail or a phone call; an e-mail allows you the time to think things out before you type, and a phone call which is an immediate

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    Text Messaging Timeline

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    Text messaging didn’t just develop overnight, it developed over time. Text messaging first started in the early 1900’s. The first text message ever sent said “Merry Christmas” on December 3, 1992. This message wound up being sent by Neil Papworth’s computer to Richard Jarvis’s mobile phone. It’s unusual to see a text message sent from a computer to a phone. Everyone is used to text messages being sent from mobile phone to mobile phone, but there was growth to get to that point. In 1993, Nokia took

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    The Art of Text Messaging

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    rather text than talk on the phone, which makes me wonder the causes for this texting phenomenon. Since sending texts is more convenient during busy days and we are able to text exactly what we want to say in the messages, our reason to use text messaging increases. A few other causes are that texting increases privacy between those involved, eases pressure when it comes to responding, it also makes one feel important among peers, and the unlimited text package deals from service providers encourages

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    Instant Messaging and College Students

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    Instant Messaging and College Students In the past few years, technology has taken over our world. Our lives are flowing rapidly into a technology-based planet; can you remember a time when people did not walk around with a cell phone attached to their heads? Do you recall a time when you had to pull out the map book to find directions instead of heading over to www.mapquest.com? One of the newer technological devices to make its way into the United States, and especially into the lives of

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    Text Messaging Enhances Language

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    Text Messaging Enhances Language My younger brother sits as his computer everyday after work to "talk" to his friends through America Online (AOL) Instant Messaging (IM). They use terms like BRB (be right back) and LOL (laugh out loud) that seem a little confusing to the "out-dated" older sibling. It amazes me that he can carry on a conversation using abbreviations for virtually every word or phrase. It doesn't even bother him anymore that I peek over his shoulder to see what they're "talking"

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    Instant Messaging the Conversation of Tomorrow I can remember my first day here at Eastern Michigan University. I moved in all of my belongings, including the new computer my parents bought me to start off the new school year. After setting everything up in my room I hooked up the computer and signed on to my AOL Instant Messenger for the first time. I wanted a screen name that would some how reflect my personality and ended up with butterfly3742. The butterfly referring to my free spirit

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    Gender differences in text messaging

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    within text messaging. One gender is going to used it more, text different or even rely on it more often than other. The purpose of this study is to determine the differences with genders in text messaging. To be successful in this, we did surveys among the difference genders and age group. Our findings indicated that genders do have differences in text messaging, and also similarities. The males and females both uses it, and text messaging because of last resorts, but males text messaging less than

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