Bye, Bye Messenger? The last days of a classic

Bye, Bye Messenger? The last days of a classic
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The popular service Microsoft Messenger maybe is going to disappear. Is this the end of the popular question ‘have Messenger?’ on the internet?

Skype 2.1, running on a Linux desktop

Skype 2.1, running on a Linux desktop (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

With more or less success, everybody in the young generations has used the popular service Microsoft Messenger. After news from The Verge, the Redmond company is beginning to migrate the colossal database to Skype, that offers better services for international calls.

Anyway, this will be the end of an era on internet romances and the end of the classic of the classics on the web.

Goodby, have MSN? Hello, Have Skype? Maybe is not a great change, but life is made of little great changes.

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