Texting and Online Chatting the Language of Today: Can You Communicate with Your Teens? If Not, Learn the Language of Common Text Messaging, Chat Abbreviations and Common Emoticons and Smilies

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Marc LeClair, Aug 21, 2011 - 188 pages
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This book is a guidance for parents and adults alike with the new "Language of Today" which includes common text messaging, acronyms as well as common emoticons, similes and miscellaneous slangs. That our kids, teenagers and adolescents use today via their mobile devices, internet, online chat, and online gaming to communicate among each other. With the rapid rise of real time text-based communications, such as cell phone text messaging (SMS), instant messaging, e-mail, and online gaming came the emergence of a new text language tailored to the contiguity and density of the new communications media era. This book will help you understand what friends and family are really saying in those quick text messages. As well the book was put together to help you translate the acronyms, emoticons, smilies and miscellaneous slangs. If you've ever received a text message or you've been in an online chat room, instant messenger, or on a game server and the messages seem to be in its own foreign language, this book will assist you to crack the code of the text language by providing the definitions for acronyms, emoticons, miscellaneous slangs and smilies.

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