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Other desktop applications already let you read Facebook news feeds and send status updates back to the site, but it’s interesting when a big company turns on that feature. AOL’s AIM instant message service recently has, as TechCrunch spots today, in new versions of its Windows and Mac desktop clients. You can now read your friends status updates, view their photo albums, comment on them, and leave a status update from within AIM.
The move follows on AIM owner AOL’s earlier