I guess it would help to include a link to the PayPal page: http://bit.ly/Ku6WyB
Designed specifically for talented and motivated high school students, the California State Summer School for Mathematics and Science (COSMOS) is a 4-week summer residential program for high school scholars with demonstrated interest and achievement in math and science.
Jacquelyne has been accepted, but is left to obtain funding through scholorships, grants and donations herself. She has been busy selling candy and talking to local community organizations to help gather funding. But with the program starting soon, she still needs a bit more help.
My family has helped design a flyer, http://i.imgur.com/UmBOJ.png which hopefully explains the cause clearly and provides an easy path for making a very appreciated donation to the PayPal account graciously set up by this students High School."
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One of my kids' friends is a high school student looking to pursue an education in science and math. She was among 13% of applicants accepted into the COSMOS Summer School program at UC Santa Cruz, but has to raise donations to cover her tuition.
We made a flyer to help her gather donations, if anyone is interested: http://i.imgur.com/UmBOJ.png
It doesn't matter which version of AIM you use for the service, what matters is if you have an AIM account. The AOL service comes to play due to using AOL to steal the name.
The way its done, and a walk-through on the hole was provided by Observers.net and can still be found there by the link at http://www.observers.net or http://www.observers.net/indent.html
Basicly ANYONE that had an AIM Account could have been vunerable to getting the name stolen. It didn't matter if AIM, GAIM, Everybuddy, or anything else out there was used.
Whoever posted it first is not known to me, I know I assisted in the observers.net article a while back.