Apr 4, 2008

Texting is growing: duh

WSJ Online:

Cellphone texting has taken off over the past few years. Americans sent about 363 billion text messages in 2007, up from 81 billion in 2005, according to CTIA, the Wireless Association, an industry group. Young adults 18 to 24 years old spend about 32 minutes a day texting, according to the Yankee Group, a research and consulting company in Boston. The texting phenomenon has given rise to acronyms like "paw" (parents are watching), "lol" (laughing out loud), "g2g" (got to go) and "ooc" (out of control).

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