Ok, as basically a non-user of IM technology this might be a dumb question...
I'd like to be able to use IM with my wife at work - she can't install anything on her computer but does have internet/email access. Does AOL, MSN, Yahoo, etc offer a way for her to use IM via a website (vs the installed software) and communicate with me at home using iChat, MSN, whatever? She's using a PC at work and I'm on a Mac at home, if that makes a difference.
Not that anyone cares, but here's the list... (I think I might have missed a couple)
Admissions by Nancy Lieberman Son of a Witch by Gregory Maguire Wicked by Gregory Maguire Hairstyles of the Damned by Joe Meno Skipped Parts by Tim Sandlin Social Blunders by Tim Sandlin Sorry Floats by Tim Sandlin In the heart of the Sea by Nathaniel Philbrick Dangerous lives of Altarboys by Chris Fhurman The Tooth Fairy by Graham Joyce Requiem by Graham Joyce Dreamside by Graham Joyce The Peculiar Memories of Thomas Penman by Bruce Robinson The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold Skels by Maggie Dubris Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer How Soon is Never? By Marc Spitz Watership Down by Richard Adams Tales from Watership Down by Richard Adams The Mutt by Rodney Mullen Shutterbabe by Deborah Kogan Plan B by Jonathan Tropper The Fuck Up by Arthur Nersesian Dogrun by Arthur Nersesian Pieces by Stephen Chobsky The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chobsky Don’t Sleep with your Drummer by Jen Sincero The Girl who loved Tom Gordon by Stephen King The Virgin Suicides by Jeffery Eugenides The Things they Carried by Tim O Brien Chronicles of Narnia by CS Lewis At Sea in the City by William Kornblum The Shipping News by Annie Prolux Endurance by Alfred Lansing What’s so Great about America by Dinesh D’Souza
In Progress: Miss Misery by Andy Greenwald
On the shelf, waiting to be read: Gone To New York by Ian Frazier In Country by Bobbie Mason If I Die in a Combat Zone by Tim O Brien