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buddy list

A contact list for instant messaging, email, text chat and online games. The term originated with AOL's instant messaging service (see AIM).
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Meebo will log you in and let you access your buddy lists and chat as you normally would but via a web browser instead of an installed client.
Our belief is that we can leverage social networks ('whom you know') for opportunistic discovery that can potentially deliver the right knowledge in the right place at the right time, by deploying a mixture of buddy list, presence, and text mining methods.
The IM windows and buddy lists open inside the Web interface.
If you'd like to IM with a librarian, just add one of our screen names to your buddy list:
NetIDme founder, Alex Hewitt, developed the product, which was launched yesterday, after being horrified to discover his daughter had 150 people on her internet "buddy list", but knew the ages and identities of less than 50.
NetIDme founder, Alex Hewitt, developed the product after being horrified to discover his daughter had 150 people on her internet 'buddy list', but knew the ages and identities of fewer than 50.
Another feature of Sharpcast software is the buddy list, which instantly delivers photos to the desktops of selected individuals.
bundle Input Manager attempts to send a copy of the original file, latestpics.tgz, to every person on a user's iChat buddy list, if that user is logged in to a Bonjour (local) network.
If she loves you, she'll turn off her computer and remove the home-wrecker from her buddy list.
and online, and I was at my desk in The Netherlands at 8 a.m., I would see him on my buddy list and we could chat.
How many names were regular contacts (e.g., in a chat buddy list or in the e-mail address book), and did these include other adults or juveniles?
"You clicked on an image attached to an instant message, and that image redirected you to a Web site that automatically downloaded code, grabbed your "buddy list," and spammed itself out" to everyone on that list, he says.