Brad makes an interesting point, is Trillian Pro even legal? You’re paying for access to other, free, IM systems. Or could they claim you’re paying for the add-ons because the free version of Trillian already gives you access to those systems for free? Interesting question, any legal scholars out there?
For a little bit of fun, we spent some of last night checking out the local sports scene and the Richard McNutt for Heisman online campaign. Warning, humor is strictly not politically correct, but the concept is funny! (Oh those crazy college kids. *L*)
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