Well this is fun, have you tried AIM Fight yet? Just put in the AOL IM screennames of two people, and click FIGHT to see who is more connected!

My main critique is that it does not include Yahoo and MSN. If you know of another website like this that does please comment on it here. I am not sure the exact number, but I think over half of my IM contacts use Yahoo and MSN, so the AIM Fight underrepresents my connectivity! 🙂 That is why my main IM client is AdiumX, on the Windows side more people are using Trillian for the same reason: multi-protocol IM communication is a must in the flat world.

More info about how AIM Fight works is available. Very cool idea. Good visual tool for helping people understand digital divide issues between digital immigrants and digital natives. Thanks to Maria H for letting me know about this!

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