Let’s try this out-gabbly.com

March 13, 2007 at 9:37 am Leave a comment

There’s a new way to chat.  I just found out about it from this post on Whitney’s blog for USA Today.  So, let’s give it a try out.  I’ll be online until 5pm today.  You don’t need to register to use the service either.  You simply type gabbly.com in front of my url like this:  http://gabbly.com/https://mike01s.wordpress.com/ and you are on your way.  See you there.

Update:  Ok, I tried this out with my daughter.  For those who don’t have an IM client they use often, this can be pretty cool.  It also works well for situations where you may want to chat with parents, or non-tech savvy types, about something specific.  For those who have a large friend list in an IM client, I don’t see this as very useful. 

Update2:  You get an RSS feed for the chats about the page discussed.  Kind of cool, but I’m having trouble thinking of how this can be useful.  Ideas anyone?  Wouldn’t one want discussion about their page/blog in their comments?


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