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This is a bit ago but caught my attention and thought it was interesting!!   The recent outage that crippled PlayStation 3 consoles for millions of gamers didn't seem to faze Sony management very much. While frustrated players tried to figure out why their systems wouldn't work -- losing time, trophies and tempers -- Sony's response was lackadaisical. Sony apparently doesn't understand that...
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ShadowIRCd, a project that died off in 2004, has been revived and is now based on the charybdis IRCd.   The IRCd, formerly based on IRCd-Hybrid, brings a whole lot of features and enhancements that can be considered useful for opers and users alike.   New features include lots of user & channel modes like the implementation of usermode +C (blocks CTCPs) and +G which prevents users from...
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    Hello,  SolidIRC can now be found as a group on Facebook. And besides that, we have a Twitter account. Today we're not entirely sure what exactly you will find there in future, but suggestions are welcome. Channel owners could introduce their channel for example, or we could post the weekly top 3 IdleRPG Players ;). Another Idea is to use this new way of communication as support channel...
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  Yeah, there was a long break in the development process of Yaaic. I was quite unmotivated developing on Yaaic and I had a lot of other stuff to do but the last days I was excited about continuing :) If you are interessted in the sourcecode or the development steps, you may want to follow the stream at Github: http://github.com/pocmo/Yaaic
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4 ways to share your Mibbit chat channel detailsUsage of our Twitter feature has started to grow recently which is exciting, it’s straight forward to send Tweets from Mibbit now. ? As usage has grown we’ve noticed some people want to share channel connection details with friends by sending a message on Twitter or other networks. To help with this we thought it would be useful to list out...
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    Yet Another Android IRC Client or YAAIC has had it's first development update for some time.  The update outlines the long break and also encourages users to follow the development progress on Github. Below is a brief snippet of the announcement:   Yeah, there was a long break in the development process of Yaaic. I was quite unmotivated developing on Yaaic and I had a lot of other stuff...