I recently received some nasty messages from someone and not only was able to trace the person's real name but also found their father's name and the computer that sent the message from. (The message happened to be sent from a business' computer.) And I did all of this in about 10 minutes!!!
If I continued to receive those nasty messages, I simply would have called up his business and notified his employer and called his local law enforcement agency and filed a complaint. For you "anonymous" connectors via AOL, IBM, etc.: remember once a complaint has been filed against you, your Internet Service Provider must divulge who you are upon issuance of a warrant-- all ISP's keep track of account activities.
|BBIAB||Be back in a bit|
|BBL||Be back later|
|CYA||See you (later)|
|LOL||Laughing out loud|
|OIC||Oh, I see|
|ROFL||Rolling on the floor, laughing|
|ROFLMAO||Rolling on the floor, laughing my ass off|
|1: someone who is on a CUSeeMe reflector so long and so often that either they or others on the reflector aren't sure whether they really exist or have an actual life to live.|
|2: someone who when connecting to a reflector is recognized and called by their regular name, no matter what name they select.|
|3: someone who actually says out loud "LOL", "ROFLMAO", or "<g>" especially in the work environment.|
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