[Mm-friends] accessible chat room

crayton Benner craybay3198 at gmail.com
Fri Jun 22 06:55:04 EDT 2018


It surprises me that they still use talking communities. It hasn't been updated in for so long. 

> On Jun 21, 2018, at 21:09, John Gassman via Mm-friends <mm-friends at acbradio.org> wrote:
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> One of the programs  on Accessible world is Tek-Talk heard each Monday evening at 5 Pacific and 8 eastern.
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> Also they have radio out of the past in which a different host plays old radio shows each thursday and Saturday evenings.  There is also a radio 12 hour marathon which happens quarterly.
> John
> At 06:02 PM 6/21/2018, Mary Emerson via Mm-friends wrote:
>> He might mean a general chat room where people come in and have conversations. Team Talk is a tool to use when you chat; sort of like Skype. Talking Communities is another tool used on a few sites, one of which is accessibleworld.org. AccessibleWorld has what I'd call "guided chats" or "moderated chats" where a moderator keeps the chat on topic. Mostly the discussions are about books, or subjects relating to blindness. There used to be a few blindness-related chat sites some time back, but I suspect most have gradually died out. People don't seem to have time for general chats any more.
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