Killing Trolls and other undesirables and occasionally small furry animals (but only if they look at me the wrong way) in on line games of course silly, not in real life! Also I read a lot, the kindle is never far away from me. I love on the gorgeous Isle of Wight and am the proud mum of a 19 year old daughter who is at Uni studying music production and I'm very proud of her - did I say that already?

(I love her to bits even when I'm trying not to throttle her).

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In a recent The New Yorker article, Sarah Larson wrote about laughter in internet-based communication – the use of .

Larson writes, “The terms of e-laughter – ‘ha ha,’ ‘ho ho,’ ‘hee hee,’ ‘heh’ – are implicitly understood by just about everybody.

Some cyber-er's enjoy it so much, that they even sometimes send pictures of their own genitals to their cyber partner during the conversation, just to give it a little more sizzling feel.

Cybering can be compared to porn, only you're actually interacting with a live person rather then to be watching pre-recorded films in with you have no control over.

Line also announced a chatbot competition — with a deadline of January 2017 for applications and winners to be named next February.

It’s not the only messaging platform using cash to incentivize developers to build bots: Telegram announced a

It’s not the only messaging platform using cash to incentivize developers to build bots: Telegram announced a $1M bot giveaway back in April, with a focus on utility.Line said its aim is to reward chatbot developers whose creations provide “new value to its user experience”.The competition will pay out a maximum of 10 million yen (around $98,000) to the overall winner, with other rewards intended for additional categories.(Although it subsequently expanded that cap to 20,000.) It’s now taken the stabilizer wheels off its chatbot developer initiative, launching a new Messaging API at a conference in Japan which it’s touting as simper than the prior bot API.The mobile messaging giant, which competes with the likes of Whats App and We Chat and has 218 million monthly active users, is most popular in Asia, with two-thirds of Line users in Japan, Taiwan, Thailand and Indonesia.This sometimes brings us to the point where the two actually begin to arrange meetings in real life. Just like masturbation, addictive porn watching, and rape.

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It’s not the only messaging platform using cash to incentivize developers to build bots: Telegram announced a $1M bot giveaway back in April, with a focus on utility.

Line said its aim is to reward chatbot developers whose creations provide “new value to its user experience”.

The competition will pay out a maximum of 10 million yen (around $98,000) to the overall winner, with other rewards intended for additional categories.

(Although it subsequently expanded that cap to 20,000.) It’s now taken the stabilizer wheels off its chatbot developer initiative, launching a new Messaging API at a conference in Japan which it’s touting as simper than the prior bot API.

The mobile messaging giant, which competes with the likes of Whats App and We Chat and has 218 million monthly active users, is most popular in Asia, with two-thirds of Line users in Japan, Taiwan, Thailand and Indonesia.

This sometimes brings us to the point where the two actually begin to arrange meetings in real life. Just like masturbation, addictive porn watching, and rape.

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It’s not the only messaging platform using cash to incentivize developers to build bots: Telegram announced a $1M bot giveaway back in April, with a focus on utility.

Line said its aim is to reward chatbot developers whose creations provide “new value to its user experience”.

The competition will pay out a maximum of 10 million yen (around $98,000) to the overall winner, with other rewards intended for additional categories.

(Although it subsequently expanded that cap to 20,000.) It’s now taken the stabilizer wheels off its chatbot developer initiative, launching a new Messaging API at a conference in Japan which it’s touting as simper than the prior bot API.

M bot giveaway back in April, with a focus on utility.

Line said its aim is to reward chatbot developers whose creations provide “new value to its user experience”.

The competition will pay out a maximum of 10 million yen (around ,000) to the overall winner, with other rewards intended for additional categories.

(Although it subsequently expanded that cap to 20,000.) It’s now taken the stabilizer wheels off its chatbot developer initiative, launching a new Messaging API at a conference in Japan which it’s touting as simper than the prior bot API.

The mobile messaging giant, which competes with the likes of Whats App and We Chat and has 218 million monthly active users, is most popular in Asia, with two-thirds of Line users in Japan, Taiwan, Thailand and Indonesia.

This sometimes brings us to the point where the two actually begin to arrange meetings in real life. Just like masturbation, addictive porn watching, and rape.