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He tells me he is 16, from Honolulu, but wants to get out of there soon to come to the continental U. We chat a few times, about waves and about whether the volcanoes in Hawaii are cool.
(I have to think to remember not ''very cool.'') We become pals, going as far as to search for each other in a variety of spots if a couple of days go by without contact.
Not only is it teen talk -- it's 90's teen talk.
I have to think to remember ''girl'' not ''woman.'' I have to think to remember ''cool'' not ''very cool.'' A crew of teen-agers suddenly bursts into the room crying out to get it on: '' Want 2 cyber? '' They beg for ''pics'' (pictures) and often stop chatters in their tracks for what amounts to an all-room booty call.
'' The lines continue to scroll, a word here, a phrase there, live text that reads much like a flow of conversation you might overhear in a crowded high-school hallway or parking lot between classes in old-fashioned meat space (that is, anyplace not in the cyberworld).
I've been on line, off and on, for months trying to determine if there is such a thing as a cyberself and, if so, what goes into the making of this most modern of personality constructs.
Well, first of all, you shouldn't be dating online unless you know the person in real life.
Secondly, sending naked pics to people should never be done, ever. If they persist, stop talking to them or block them if you have to.
I'm on America Online, in a chat room for young adults.
'' I can't remember their biggest hit,'' I write, ''maybe I'll ask my older brother.'' Perhaps sensing a fraud, Flock82 moves on.
I suddenly feel out of place, as if I'm wearing a thick turtleneck at a summer rave.
Teen-agers especially are fitting specimens for this experiment because they are the first generation saturated in this new medium.