In these "rooms" you will see a lot of acronyms used; to decipher them you can visit: Results?search Text=yw Another place you can find acronyms and more is at people have a decent "Profile" about themselves in these programs.

Clearly, if you have a DSL or cable connection and are online 24/7 then there will be no problem.

You can have the video chat running in a few minutes. Now there is a sort of answering machine addition to Skype:

Eyeball Chat from audio, video, file transfer, whiteboard, profile) Yahoo from (text, audio, video, file transfer, whiteboard, profile, various games) Windows Messenger from Microsoft from (text, audio, video, file transfer, whiteboard, profile) Paltalk from Talk Site/ but I have not tried that one.

AIM or "AOL Instant Messenger" from I don't want ANYthing to do with AOL. For the best communication with friends or family, I like Skype.

In Speak from it is very new and much of the website is not finished. Google chat for GMail users, from came out in August 2005 but it is still "in BETA" so leaves a lot to be desired. Here are lots more which I have never tried: Sightspeed is available at Express Talk comes from Talk comes from Pico Phone comes from Meeting Edition comes from Sony IVE comes from Vo IP Buster comes from comes from Wouldn't it be great if we all used the same one? I've been watching some of the chatter (text) in Eyeball Chat.

It has, like Yahoo, many chat-rooms which you can visit.

I rarely make any comments in the rooms but while having lunch or watching TV, I let Eyeball run most of the day on another computer and occasionally take a look at the chatter.

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