Apr 27 2009
To join us on the bleeding edge of the 2005 MacWorld Keynote, you’re going to need an IRC client. Pick one up here and join us Tuesday (details).
First off, if you are browsing with Firefox, all you have to do is install the ChatZilla extension. This add-on acts as an IRC client within Firefox and has more options that you’d expect from an extension.
If you’re hung on the iChat interface, here’s a free IRC client with a polished and very Aqua interface. It supports plug-ins and file transfers.
Here’s another iChat look-alike. Conversation supports drag-and-drop and is the pick for several of us at MacMerc.
If your flavor is a little more geeky, try this uber-terminal port of the UNIX Irssi client.
In this new 1.5 version of the OS X classic multi-protocol chat app you’ll find tabs, logging and more.
You ought to be all hooked up for the Keynote now. See you Tuesday. Oh, and do enter your identity info into your client. I don’t want to see an ircNewbie in the channel.
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