[Air-l] Available Chat/IM Tools?

Kylie Veale kylie at veale.com.au
Sat Dec 27 13:50:01 PST 2003


I use Trillion, which allows IM/chatting to all four of the main
clients: MSN Messenger, ICQ, Yahoo and AOL.

Kylie J. Veale  |  Brisbane, Australia
GradDipInvEnv, MInetStds
Ph.D (provisional candidate)

email:  kylie at veale.com.au  
www:    http://casa.de.veale.com.au 
www:    http://www.veale.com.au/kylie 

icq:      #27938257
msn:    kyliej at hotmail.com 

-----Original Message-----
From: air-l-admin at aoir.org [mailto:air-l-admin at aoir.org] On Behalf Of
elijah wright
Sent: Friday, 26 December 2003 6:53 AM
To: air-l at aoir.org
Subject: Re: [Air-l] Available Chat/IM Tools?

jabber is probably the least corporate and most egalitarian solution.

or, alternately, IRC with a java applet.  but i'd stay away from IRC in
general - pretty unfriendly.


> Dear Colleagues:
> I am setting up an Illinois standards-based sports safety/science TV
> show and website for K-12 students. I would like to include chat and
> instant messaging as a component. The concept I have in mind is to use
> website as an "after the show" vehicle for kids, teachers, parents,
> etc., to converse with afterwards. Does anyone on this list have info
> to good tools that are available for low/no cost?
> Thanks,
> Matthew Newman
> Executive Editor
> Sports Smarts
> msjanew at aol.com

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