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Topic # 6836 26-Feb-2006 10:12
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I was thinking about hosting an on-line chat event... Who would be interested in joining in a scheduled chat with other Geekzoners, and possibly some guests?

This would be with an on-line chat tool, I am investigating one at the moment.

Any suggestions for topics? It would be a one hour session, with suggestions from participants, advices from guests and a Q&A at the end.

Worth doing it? Would you invite a friend to attend?





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Reply # 29366 26-Feb-2006 10:34
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Sounds like a good idea. If the time were convenient then I'd join in, although it may be difficult to find a time that would suit everyone.

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Reply # 29369 26-Feb-2006 11:33
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Sounds good to me

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 29370 26-Feb-2006 12:23
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Yes, id be in...




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Reply # 29383 26-Feb-2006 17:43
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I'd be interested but I'd need to get ADSL connected first before I'd join ... dialup hell is unbarable even while waiting for ADSL to be connected.




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Reply # 29497 28-Feb-2006 10:02
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IRC with a java client on the website is pretty common.

Although if I did join in, I suspect I'd lurk quietly in the background for the most part.




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