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The Art of Text Messaging

Posted on 05 February 2008 by Staff

iPhone texting

Text messaging is a whole new language that most people know nothing about.

Do you know what 182 means? What about CRS? If you are a seasoned text messenger, you know exactly what those mean (I Hate You and Can’t Remember Sh** for those that arn’t). When I was in high school, 182 was just a number, but today it means so much more. So if you find yourself on the other end of a BRB, here is a quick run down of some common and not so common messages.

Numbers and Symbols Text Lingo

@TEOTD At The End Of The Day
^RUP^ Read Up Please
02 Your (or my) two cents worth
2G2BT Too Good To Be True
404 I haven’t a clue
4Q F*** You
9 Parent is Watching
99 Parent is no longer watching


A3 Anyplace, Anywhere, Anytime
ACK Acknowledgement
ALAP As Late As Possible
ALOL Actually Laughing Out Loud
AWC After While, Crocodile
BAU Business As Usual
BTHOOM Beats The Heck Out Of Me
BW Best Wishes
CD9 Code 9 – it means parents are around
CWOT Complete Waste Of Time
DIRFT Do It Right the First Time
DWB Don’t Write Back
EOM End Of Message
FISH First in, Still Here
FLA Four Letter Acronym
FUBAR F***ed Up Beyond All Recognition
FWB Friends With Benefits
GFN Gone For Now
IAC In Any Case -or- I Am Confused
IAW I Agree With -or- In Accordance With
IGTP I Get The Point
INBD It’s No Big Deal
KMP Keep Me Posted
MEGO My Eyes Glaze Over
MOP Moment Please
MTF More To Follow
NWR Not Work Related
OOO Out Of Office
OWTTE Or Words To That Effect
P2C2E Process Too Complicated Too Explain
PITA Pain In The Ass
POS Parent Over Shoulder -or- Piece Of Sh**
RBTL Read Between The Lines
STYS Speak To You Soon
T@YL Talk At You Later
TAW Teachers Are Watching
w00t We Own the Other Team
WTH What The Heck
YGWYPF You Get What You Pay For
ZZZ Sleeping, Bored, Tired
[via NetLingo]

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A New Take on VOIP – The ooma Hub Phone

Posted on 11 December 2007 by Staff

ooma Hub

Ditch your landline for this new VOIP enabled device. The ooma Hub wants to take over your telephone (and the monthly bills) for about $400. The device sports a host of cool features, like a instant second line, Enhanced Call-Waiting, three-way conferencing, caller-ID, one touch do not disturb, voicemail and unlimited U.S. calling. It uses your existing broadband connection, just like many other VOIP devices, to place calls. It’s bound to be one of next year’s hottest gadgets!

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