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Spin the Bottle is bringing the naughty teenage party classic to your smartphone.And the app, which has the slogan "meet people not profiles" has got the potential to be the next Tinder.Note two devices -- one for the parent and one for the child -- is ideal if you want to be able to monitor your child's chats in real time, but families can share a device without risk of the child accessing parental settings if they don't have your password.microsoft announced that its new version of msn messenger service allows users to send messages to pagers, mobile phones, and even make long-distance phones calls for free.Once account is ready for use, everything is very intuitive and mimics real instant messengers.The app gives parents complete control over their child's contacts, profile, and account setup and screens a parent's age.Note two devices -- one for the parent and one for the child -- is ideal if you want to be able to monitor your child's chats in real time, but families can share a device without risk of the child accessing parental settings if they don't have your password." /Kids can learn lessons about digital citizenship as parents select contacts and monitor messages.
– by crazed vw be aim (am est fri jul 21 2000)on beos i use be aim , it has no advertising window , and even imported my 'buddy list' from my win partition with no sweat . – by fisban i mentioned this yesterday (am est fri jul 21 2000)i mentioned this yesterday in a comment section. (pm est fri jul 21 2000)if anyone has a problem getting rid of a program on their computer, they have more problems then just using aol.– by -shaper aim (am est fri jul 21 2000)i've had icq for over 3 years and used to use it a lot.but now that aim has pretty much the same features and since more people i know use aim, it's my prefered im of choice. that warning level idea is a stupid idea and it's ability to locate people could be a lot better but overall it's a good program.for example, all of the features that are in the new msn messenger from microsoft are already available in one form or another for free. (am est fri jul 21 2000)aim, it has the largest coverage giving me the ability to talk to my friends on aol without having to endure aol's crappy service and without making my friends download other programs.i have to admit that i'm a fan of integration, but i'm weary of anything that millions of users try to break daily (i.e., a microsoft product). i've tried icq and msn messanger and everytime i've come back to aim.