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A Myspace acronym you should be aware of;
(L)MIRL - (Lets) meet in real life
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A few acronyms parents should know

P911  Parent Emergency
PAW  Parents are Watching
PIR  Parent In Room
POS  Parent Over Shoulder
PRW  Parents Are Watching
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The vast majority of these online teens reported that they use the internet and check email regularly—most at least once a day.
> A strong majority (85%) also said they’ve sent an instant message (IM) to someone, either from a computer or their cell phone.

   » More than half (52%) said they IM daily.

> Three-fourths (75%) reported that they’ve read blogs or web journals.

   » More than half (57%) read blogs or web journals weekly—and more than a third (38%) browse them daily.

> More than half (53%) said they’ve been in chat rooms.

   » Nearly one in four (24%) report visiting chat rooms weekly and 13% said they do so daily.

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