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Posts Tagged Internet Software

Another IM client!

How many IM clients does one guy need on his laptop? Let’s get this straight, I can only chat to so many people at once, now why can’t they all use the same client? I have MSN, it’s kind of the de facto standard that most people seem to have these days (probably because it comes bundled with Windows?), I’ve also got Yahoo installed (for the Anti-Microsoft brigade). What about the rest? I tried MySpaceIM (the people I actually want to chat to are mostly on MSN anyway so I never login). Skype, Yep I’ve got that installed too – but more for SkypeIn number being tied to the business, so that has to be on my machine. ICQ, I… Continue reading »

by Keiron on May 28th, 2007 | Internet Software | No Comments » |

Twitter, I know people that could Twitter on forever!

Looks like Twitter will be one of the first services to cross from Web2.0 onto mobile phones as well. When you send Twitter a mobile text (SMS), it gets sent out to your group of friends and also saves to your Twitter page. Your friends might not have phone alerts turned on so they might check your web page instead. Likewise, you receive your friends mobile updates on your phone. Twitter is a free service. At some point they may introduce optional, for-pay features or services but basic usage will remain free. Note: with phone alerts turned on. Whilst I agree it sounds like a great application I can see it being bloody annoying, a sentiment echoed over at The… Continue reading »

by Keiron on March 17th, 2007 | Internet Software | No Comments » |