Re: NTLK Re: ICQ for Newton

From: Victor Rehorst (
Date: Wed Jan 12 2000 - 09:02:08 EST

On Tue, 11 Jan 2000, Michael J. Franclemont wrote:

> For chat, Why not IRC or ICB under terminal emulation? I doubt you're
> planning on transferring too many files w/ a Newton ICQ client. The
> only disadvantage to chatting the old school way is the lack of a
> tracking/paging/profiling feature. Never was a problem for me.
> Everyone who knows me online knows where I'll be when I'm there and
> there are plenty of random passers by to keep things intresting.
> *shrug*

Or those who have the privelage of dialing into a UNIX shell account can
use one of the UNIX text-based clients via PT100, such as micq.

(BTW Justin: Awesome work on the ICQ client!)

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