'MyDictionary' over AOL & MSN instant messenger enables users to receive
definitions, antonyms, synonyms, and thesaurus instantly over instant
'MyDictionary' makes getting definitions on any word simple for users of
AOL & MSN instant messenger.
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 14 /CNW/ -- Internet Labz, Corp.
(http://www.InternetLabz.com) launches the first ever dictionary over AOL and
MSN instant messenger with screen name "MyDictionary".
The world of instant messaging is growing at a rapid pace. With over 100
million users of instant messaging and growing, InternetLabz.com is finding
services to provide in this space. Over 50% of instant message users are on
AOL and nearly 40% use MSN. Most users of instant messaging are in the work
place. Therefore, users are on the computer and instant messenger from morning
to night. Looking up a word quickly would be easier to do with a quick instant
message than to open up a browser and enter a URL to access a website.
"MyDictionary" over AOL and MSN instant messenger will give definitions,
antonyms, synonyms, and thesaurus on any word within 2 seconds. On AOL, the
screen name to add on the buddy list is "MyDictionary" and on MSN the email to
add is "My-Dictionary@hotmail.com".
Other services provided over instant messenger are directory assistance
with the screen name "FreeYellowPages". Users of AOL and MSN instant messenger
can quickly get access to anything by entering a business name or category and
a city or zip code. On AOL, the screen name to add on the buddy list is
"FreeYellowPages" and on MSN the email to add is
"FreeYellowPages@hotmail.com". Users receive the business name, address, and
telephone number instantly within 2 seconds.
InternetLabz.com is an internet incubation company with popular websites
such as http://www.YELLOWPAGES.travel which searches the top 12 travel sites
with one click and also http://www.SearchBoth.com which places Google and
Yahoo or Expedia and Travelocity on one split screen, side by side. The site
also searches the top 9 search engines and the top 12 travel sites. Users
select any two sites to view side by side.
For further information:
For further information: Stephen Dillon of Internet Times,
1-866-848-3392, for Internet Labz, Corp. Web Site: