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Nettalk is a powerful but easy to use free (open source) IRC-client for Windows. The smart user interface is based on Windows standards, so it is easy to get used to it. The following languages for the interface are available: English, Spanish, Dutch, Russian, Chinese, Hungarian and German. Â For more of the changes and the changelogs go here Â http://www.ntalk.de/Nettalk/en/
Well we are back up and running again, no thanks to another website that launched a huge complain on us regarding copyrights issue. I will not say the website name as they know who they are!! To me before people start making accusation looks what is wriiten on the bottom of your page you twinkies...Arschloch
Smuxi author meebey aka Mirco Bauer was at FOSDEM and he let us in on the youtube links which include him talking all about Smuxi, I must have seen 100 or so of these for Joomla! and PHP based projects so it was weird seeing an IRC project dev get up and talk specifically about a client Â Â iHu5zCXSPAg Â Interesting enough Smuxi is not pronounced the way i expected it to be and Mircoâs first name always makes me scratch my head considering mIRC is the biggest client probably of them all at the moment.
Another potential pervert has been found on IRC which raises the question, should we as IRC users and network owners be more intrisive when it comes to who we allow to open up channels. I mean are we coming to the stage where listening on IRC will be a requirement in the future ? Â Itâs hard to see how these people get away with it for such long time spans, is it down to IRCCitizens to put in measures against them and take away any form of liberty IRC presented users or is it about time that greater funding went into cyber investigation departments ? Â March 15, 2010 â Ralph...
This is a bit ago but caught my attention and thought it was interesting!! Â 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 we're now living in a social universe, and the balance of power between companies and customers has shifted. Â Gaming companies like Sony (NYSE: SNE), Nintendo and Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) ask a lot...