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Olark is a lightweight tool to chat with visitors to your website using your existing instant messaging client.Chat with your website visitors while they browse, using your mobile device or instant messenger.Last year the word ‘sexting’ (sending explicit images of yourself with a text) entered the Oxford dictionary, while it was revealed that one-in-ten twentysomethings have texted while having sex.But some observers claim that the joy of texts may be waning as instant messaging and social media like Facebook, Twitter and Skype provide free, more public communication.

An American will point out that the closest thing we have in the States are xs and os, representing kisses and hugs.What appeared to be the news of the former British PM’s passing instantly spread among the guests and soon the Canadian government was preparing its message of condolence.Only then was it revealed that Baird had been referring to his beloved, but now deceased cat Thatcher — named after Maggie, his political heroine.In the meantime, here are some of the most outrageous, newsworthy, moving and shocking texts from the past two decades: Sent in June 1993 by Brennan Hayden, an engineer for an Irish telecoms company, working in Los Angeles. Hayden jokily chose the word ‘burp’ because he saw the medium as a new baby.Sent on November 12, 2009, by Canada’s transport minister John Baird to a constituent who happened to be at a black-tie gala in Toronto.Nothing I had read prepared me for this little letter. Like other Americans newly arrived in Britain, virtual kisses ­– along with separate hot and cold taps and excessive fire safety – amused and baffled me.I came here expecting to kiss people on the cheeks, something that isn’t practiced often in the US, where we mainly give handshakes or hugs.Imbued with festive spirit, Papworth sent the telenote message ‘Merry Christmas’ from his computer to technical director Richard Jarvis’s Orbitel 901 phone.Little did he know that two decades later, telenotes would be called texts; the trillions sent around the world would generate an annual £73.5 billion; 3 billion texts a week would be sent in the UK alone ...Growing up in America, I spent a good amount of my time reading British literature. Nesbit and Phillip Pullman were constant companions through my childhood, later replaced by Keats, Eliot and Austen.Though I was fascinated by Britain, I didn’t know much else about it – there were The Beatles, of course, and English muffins and a two-week family trip to London when I was sixteen during which I fondly remember watching Big Brother and experiencing my first tube strike.

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