Sexchat messaging

18 Aug

He is, as one of his programs bills him, "The Tech Guy" whose digital savvy was recognized, near the dawn of the web, with an Emmy Award.

But for all his expertise, Laporte still managed to clumsily broadcast an explicit Google chat with his lover, exposing the affair he's apparently been carrying on with his CEO.

"I'm sure someone has used each of the terms somewhere, sometime," says Segan.

"But you're not going to get many teens texting each other that they love female/male dominance." "I never heard of that one before," chimes in Parks. " Some of the terms are accurate, Segan says -- chiefly the ones having to do with the presence of parents in the room, or "parent or mom over shoulder." "CD9, POS, MOS -- those are real," he says (though Parks had never heard of them).

We started hearing gossip about a romance between Laporte, whose website says he's married, and his hand-picked business chief Lisa Kentzell earlier this month.

(That's Laporte and Kentzell above.) But the evidence, provided by a suspicious Laporte listener, was only circumstantial; Laporte and Kentzell traveled to conferences in Kentzell this past February announced a goal to double annual revenue to million at TWi T.tv, the company where Laporte his co-hosts and staff stream and podcast some 27 different shows, all related to technology, to a monthly audience they estimate at more than 5 million.

"There's so many of these terms that I had to make a second list," she says, "Top 50 More Acronyms Every Parent Should Know." That list consists of terms that are much more familiar, such as "L8R," "BRB," "LOL" and "F2F," which many parents would already know.

Every month, Leo Laporte delivers technology advice to millions of people who download his podcasts and tune in to his syndicated radio show."Honestly, it's probably one of the dumbest things I've ever seen in local network news, and that's saying something." "I swear, I've used the Internet for 13 years, and still insist half of this stuff is either made up or never used," wrote a Digg commenter. "It looks like a lot of them come from online sex chat rooms, and not just any chat rooms, but sadomasochistic ones." That explains the, um, very specific terms on the list, such as "NIFOC," or "Nude In Front Of The Computer," and "ILF/MD," which apparently means "I Love Female/Male Dominance." "I don't know most of this stuff," says Jason Parks, a 21-year-old junior at Arizona State University.• Click here for FOXNews.com's Personal Technology Center. "My friends and I just looked at it, and we were cracking up." The list is actually a couple of years old and comes from Net Lingo.com, a Web site devoted to collating and explaining online jargon.The below messages, provided to us by Facebook user Sarah Heyward, who has given us permission to use her name, are the first we're aware of to be explicitly presented whole and in this quantity.That's despite the fact that some misdirected Facebook messages ended up in the hands of two journalists, one an online editor for the In any case, our intention in presenting the full text of these messages is not to expose the lives of strangers but to give a flavor of the deeply personal information that runs through Facebook's network, and to show the sort of deeply personal information that Facebook goofs.