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March 20, 2003


Wow, are we old. NYT

Wow, are we old. NYT says college kids go online just to check their friends "away messages" -- the customizable messages that your instant messaging client shows people while you are busy/away. Examples: "rub-a-dub-dub", "As usual, frivolity has won out over work", "I want my jacket back and some *$& #@ IS KEEPING THE JACKET BUT GIVING ME BACK THE ID errrr". Ah, kids.

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