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Text Message Translator, Online Text Message Dictionary

Text Message Translator, Online Text Message Dictionary

Text Messaging, Chat Abbreviations and Smiley Faces - Webopedia Updated November 16, 2016 / Posted March 01, 2004 By Vangie Beal This chat guide lists more than 1,460 text message and online chat abbreviations to help you translate today's texting lingo. With the popularity and rise in use of online text-based communications came the emergence of a new texting language, tailored to the immediacy and compactness of these new communication media. While it does seem incredible that there are thousands of text abbreviations, keep in mind that different chat abbreviations are used by different groups of people. Top 10 Text Abbreviations According to search query data the following 10 text abbreviations are the most requested chat definitions: What does rofl mean? List of 1,461 Online Chat and Text Message Abbreviations To keep our chat guide user-friendly for all ages, some inappropriate words have been edited to include an alternate meaning. Numbers & Characters A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z The History of Text Messaging

Mind Mapping - Create Mind Maps online Text messaging Text messaging, or texting, is the act of composing and sending a brief, electronic message between two or more mobile phones, or fixed or portable devices over a phone network. The term originally referred to messages sent using the Short Message Service (SMS). It has grown to include messages containing image, video, and sound content (known as MMS messages). The sender of a text message is known as a texter, while the service itself has different colloquialisms depending on the region. It may simply be referred to as a text in North America, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and the Philippines, an SMS in most of mainland Europe, and a TMS or SMS in the Middle East, Africa and Asia. Text messages can be used to interact with automated systems to, for example, order products or services, or participate in contests. History[edit] The concept of the SMS (Short Messaging Service) was created by Friedhelm Hillebrand. Message format[edit] Uses[edit] Applications[edit]

Resource templates We're dead chuffed with this little collection of resources. Ever needed a mask template for KS3? Or what about a cube, domino or bullseye one? Ta dah! Play production template A blank stage with space for students to draw and comment on how they might use set, lights, sound, actors and special effects to bring a play or novel to life on the stage. Snakes and ladders template An interactive snakes and ladders template made with SMART Notebook. Whose bag is it? Choose a bag to suit the personality of a character and fill with items to match! Top ten A great summarising and revision activity. Connect Four An interactive Notebook template. Inference rectangle A handy template which allows students to record their first impressions on almost any text. Top trumps Students analyse a text or poem by playing this classic game. Word analysis quadrant This handy template will allow students to analyse words and group them in the appropriate category. Role on the wall Balloon debate Film/book comparison Masks

MMS Architecture The Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) is organized over a set of several network elements. One objective of MMS is to deliver a messaging service interoperable with existing mobile messaging system like SMS and EMS but which is also interoperable with existing fixed messaging system such as E-mail Service. The MMS architecture includes the software messaging application in the MMS capable mobile device necessary for the composition sending and receipt of the message. In addition other elements in the network infrastructure are required to route messages, to adapt the content of messages to capabilities of receiving devices etc. The MMS user Agent is the software application shipped with the mobile handset which allow the composition, viewing, sending and retrieval of multimedia messages. The MMS environment (MMSE) refers to the set of MMS elements under the control of a single administration (MMS provider) in charge of providing the service to the MMS subscribers

Little Bird Tales - Home How to Read SMS/MMS in UIQ The Interactivity Center Name: URL: Who It's For: Easy Essay can be used at any grade level to teach students how to write essays, speeches, reports, and more. What It Costs: Free Description: Easy Essay can teach almost anyone how to logically organize a proof format (essay, speech, business memo) for any fact, concept or idea in 5 minutes." This online tool uses an automated, fill-in-the-blanks information organization program to help users of any age develop and write an essay, speech, or report in the Say it. Timeline: Ongoing Name: Sketchcast URL: Who It's For: Anyone can use it. Description: Sketchcasting is a new browser-based tool that allows users to visually communicate an idea, concept, image -- drawing of any kind -- by recording the process of creating a sketch, with or without a voice-over. Name: Interactive Periodic Table URL: Who It's For: Anyone with an interest in Chemistry Name: Free Rice

Developing your SMS Text Message Database « McCormick Mobile Media January 29, 2010 by mccormickmobilemedia I had two meeting this week where the first question was, “how many names are in your databases and how much does it cost?” Frankly, this is the most common question I get and two things happen every time: First, the look of dissappointment when I say “I don’t have any databases. Here’s some ideas to develop your database: The Ask, i.e. For national advertisers including a Text offer in an ad is as important as the phone # and URL. The Incentive. The Contest. You can also give away tickets to an event/concert that your audience would enjoy. The Vote & The Survey. These are types of promotions and recommendations we help our clients with everyday. Like this: Like Loading...