January 27, 2011

"Years ago many people used AIM (AOL Instant Messenger) as their primary
means of instant messaging, but it fell out of favor with the masses with the
advent of social networking, namely, Facebook.

Today you can use a traditional instant messenger just like people used to, using the same client, AIM.

The first reaction people have to this is "I don’t want everyone on
my Facebook friend list having the ability to IM me." That’s not a problem
because you can specify exactly who can IM you by way of Facebook Friend Lists.
Once done, the AIM client will automatically recognize these groups and you’re
good to go..."
Continue reading : How To Use Facebook As Your Instant Messenger With AIM

Posted by Rich Menga @ PC Mech

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