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#735488 04/18/05 01:14 PM
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if anyone wants to leave me any message at any time, u can always send to my ICQ #

there, nick is "merlin" (rhymes with surgeon)

ICQ # 43509170

if another meeting place is organized, yahoo or larry's site or anywhere else, please let me know, im not letting go of all of u so fast...


"I don't know much about classical music. For years I thought the Goldberg Variations were something Mr. and Mrs. Goldberg did on their wedding night." Woody Allen
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hey bachophile, I have an icq number but I haven't used it in so long, I'll have to look to see what it is...


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okay, what's an ICQ number?

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ICQ (= I seek you) is an instant messanging program. If you have ICQ installed, you get an account with a number which serves to identify you. You then also have a list of friends (also known by their numbers), and whenever you are online on ICQ, you can see which friends are online (and likewise they can see you) and have real-time conversations with them. I don't have an ICQ number as I prefer AIM and MSN (which are quite similar), but I find the concept of instant messaging quite fascinating.


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My nickname is grits. Don't ask. whome


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Maybe we can give this a try? Everybody welcome.


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Originally posted by mrenaud:
ICQ (= I seek you) is an instant messanging program. If you have ICQ installed, you get an account with a number which serves to identify you. You then also have a list of friends (also known by their numbers), and whenever you are online on ICQ, you can see which friends are online (and likewise they can see you) and have real-time conversations with them. I don't have an ICQ number as I prefer AIM and MSN (which are quite similar), but I find the concept of instant messaging quite fascinating.
Thank you. I have MSN but have never used the Instant Messenger. I was told that it causes viruses. Is this true? Do you know?

Aside to Plays: Did you see where Bach kissed me??????? It was truly quite *innocent*!

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Aside to Plays: Did you see where Bach kissed me??????? It was truly quite *innocent*!

My initial reaction was one of impassioned jealousy...I mean, *I* saw him first, justme! But given the unusual circumstances, I decided the best action would be to IGNORE it...that is, until you rubbed it in my face! mad smokin laugh

bachophile, you owe me one.


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Thank you. I have MSN but have never used the Instant Messenger. I was told that it causes viruses. Is this true? Do you know?
MSN allows to send and receive files which, of course, could contain viruses. Or someone could send you a link to some malignant website. However, all file transfers need explicit approval from the receiver. Basically, if you take the precautions you'd also apply to e-mails (don't open attachments from someone you don't know, don't follow suspicious links, etc.), you should be quite safe.

However, all those messaging protocols are proprietary, which means: If you have MSN, you can communicate with other MSN users. If you want to talk to someone who has only ICQ, you need ICQ as well. I therefore recommend using a program like Gaim , which supports all common messaging protocols. However, you still need an account for each.


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u can also PM me, ill be also in AB. im not letting go.


"I don't know much about classical music. For years I thought the Goldberg Variations were something Mr. and Mrs. Goldberg did on their wedding night." Woody Allen

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