Online Instant Messaging Hurts English, According to Company

Newark, DE (PRWEB) June 13, 2007 -- At least 13 million Americans aged 12-17 have chatted through online instant messaging services according to a Pew report. The teens chat for a combined three million hours each day. Besides exploiting the teens' time, these hours and IMs are destroying the English language. WhiteSmoke writing software presents the only solution for those who need to maintain their English grammar. James Billington, the US Librarian of Congress, noted that "[the Internet destroys the sentence, the foundation of the English language, with its diction-mangling chat rooms". The abundance of IM . . .

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