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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.
knock it because it's invasive, obnoxious, or stupid. give me something easy to use, none invasive, and system/resource courteous and i'll buy it!
– by geek man icq, but when is it going to revolutionize?
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– by icesnake frostfyre the phone feature (am est fri jul 21 2000)the new aim winbeta (com/aim/winbeta.html) also has a phone feature. (aol – so easy to use no wonder so many idiots prefer it) i use icq for friends at school and for the few i keep in touch with from the muddin' days. me and my friends at college prefer aol because it is more friendly to the eye when chatting… – by disk aol sniffer (pm est fri jul 21 2000) aol im allows snopping aol to read all messages & what kind of files are being exchanged! meaning that i don't have to worry about exporting and importing my buddy list every time i move to a new computer. – by just a geek jabberin neither of them (pm est fri jul 21 2000)snail mail, what could be better? (pm est fri jul 21 2000)don't knock something because it's easy to use!
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.Because kids are exploring the world of social media in a safer way, they are free to make some mistakes with known and trusted people first.Especially with parent involvement and communication, Setting up the parent app is easy, although there are some issues with the camera age-verification process, and setting up the kid's app also is simple.the new version, msn messenger 3.0, has technology from net2phone built-in that allows users to place voice calls to another computer or telephone anywhere in the united states or canada.
other features include the ability to share files, automatic typing indicator, various emoticons, and more.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.