LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — AOL Instant Messenger, the program that gave rise to online chat and countless abbreviations and acronyms, died Friday.
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On Friday, Yahoo! and AOL discontinued the once wildly popular AOL Instant Messenger (AIM), one of the earliest precursors to texting and social media that offered the world a glimpse of what communication in the Information Age might look like. 310 more words
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After 20 years, the time has come to say a final goodbye to AOL Instant Messenger. The famed chat client more commonly known as AIM is one of the internet’s longest-lasting cultural touchstones, and one of the few pieces of software that arguably changed how people interact with each other.
Friday December 15, 2017 is the last day AOL’s Instant Messenger service AIM will be available.
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All good things come to an end. On Dec 15, we'll bid farewell to AIM.
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In October, when Oath, the Verizon subsidiary that owns AOL, announced that it would be shutting down the service on Dec. 110 more words