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On 29-Jul-97 Chad D. Zimmerman wrote:
>On Tue, 29 Jul 1997, Christopher Jason Morrone wrote:
>> On Wed, 30 Jul 1997, Adam Shand wrote:
>> > ICQ is free in that it doesn't cost any money, however it's not public
>> > license or source code available. The problem with IRC is that it simply
>> AND I don't believe that it will remain free once it gets out of the beta
>> testing phase...give it away free to get them hooked, then start
>They are wanting to start charging $10 a month once they are out of beta.
>Last I heard, October or November.
>Chad D. Zimmerman email@example.com
>Southwest Technology Development Institute
>New Mexico State University
Take a look at this. It looks promising for any one who is looking for an ICQ
Made by AOL but the Java version works fine on my system, although I don't know
any one else who has it so I can't test it.
If any one gets it and wants to tests it, my Screen Name is TravisCole
E-Mail: Travis Cole <firstname.lastname@example.org> -- <email@example.com>
http://www.methow.com/~tcole -- Get my Public Key here
640Kb should be enough for anybody
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