Fw: Calling non Windows users
david.poehlman at handsontechnologeyes.com
Wed Oct 6 10:23:00 EDT 2004
Your observations are right on target. He has some how twisted some arms to
hod a yearly access conference via this thing and I guess it might be
worthwhile for that, but if he really wants to do us a service, he'd look
into skyp or something like that or as you say, speek freely is available
Johnnie Apple Seed
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From: "Janina Sajka" <janina at rednote.net>
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Subject: Re: Fw: Calling non Windows users
Huh? What is this and why would we care?
Maybe I'm the only fossil around here who hasn't a clue about it. Maybe
everyone else but me is sitting around their keyboards just pining for
the day some beneficent sould will take pitty on us and create a Linux
client for this service? Maybe? Maybe not.
OK. I'm net literate and can go to their web site where I see they run a
business that charges for what this community already does for free with
Speak Freely. Heck, a few of us have even been expirimenting with a
dialup strategy for voice chat. And, nobody is taking credit cards for
speaking freely either via the phone or the computer sound card.
So, let's just back up a minute here and drop the assumption. Please
explain the "so what" part of it, at least for my benefit, because I
don't get it.
Why do I want to join a bunch of Windows users who are paying good cash
to sit around and chat about Windows computers--or whatever they chat
about? Surely it's not to listen to ACB Radio. We already do that.
david poehlman writes:
> Johnnie Apple Seed
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> Sent: Tuesday, October 05, 2004 7:29 PM
> Subject: Calling non Windows users
> Talking Communities who power the Our Place live chat portal at aCB Radio
> are seeking users of platforms other than Windows to beta test technology
> which may make it possible for users of these platforms to access the ACB
> Radio Our Place Portal. So if you don't use Windows, and would like to
> access Our Place and iVocalise, then this is for you.
> Please register your interest by writing to buys at talkingcommunities.com.
> Very many thanks.
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