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Supplement to “TM/IM (text messaging)”

When you become proficient with acronyms and shortcuts, move up to smileys (also called emoticons because they convey emotions), which are characters made on your computer keyboard to represent a face. They are often used when someone makes a funny or offhand remark in typed words. Here are a few examples:

You can find many more on various Web sites. One good one is www.netlingo.com/smiley.cfm.




To read the Kentucky Living October 2008 feature that goes along with this supplement, go to TM/IM.

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