College Humor has released a suggestive "instructional video" that tries to help explain how to use Google Wave (and mocks it) with a demonstration of Google Wave cyber sex.
"Mark" and "Casey" are two people posing as "senior developers at Google Wave." Mark and Casey create a new "Wave," and Mark asks Casey, "A/S/L" while Casey demonstrates how others can watch you type, delete and retype as she lies about her age.
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I spent the summer of 1998 in chats about video games, the James Bond series, major league baseball, and whatever else interested my 10-year-old mind. "I am 13," I'd explain, "Male, and from Missouri." If the stranger was my age, or claimed to be, the conversation would continue.
Solicitation of a minor over the Internet is a felony in the third degree in Texas if the victim is less than 17 years of age but older than 14.
It is a felony in the second degree if the victim is under 14 years of age.
A felony third degree in Texas is punishable by imprisonment for a minimum of two years and a maximum of 10 with a fine up to ,000.
A second degree felony is punishable by a prison term of at least two years and a maximum of 20.