The other day I was talking with a co-worker and made the comment that back when I was in school a mouse was just a rodent. In reply she quarried, "isn't it still?" I said, "What's that on your desk?" Her chair swerved back away, "Where?" This isn't a a ditzy person. Some changes we hardly bat an eye over anymore and clearly parts of language are among them. Pauk Jury's "5 Ways Texting Is Ruining Changing English" illustrates some of the ways we've progressed (I don't mean that like it sounds) in the past few years.
I'm interested if anyone is employing or even stops to consider employing some of the common Textese language in there poetry? Maybe for effect? Ok, I mean besides in Flarf. Such language modifications are a part of our changing culture.