This Site is dedicated to the fine art of [I]nternet [R]elay [Chat] the web equivalent of ham radio. As the standard telephone is to voice I.R.C. is to text. With keyboard in hand and monitor in sight one can communicate in real time with people from all the ether reaches of the globe. This ability to transcend time and space makes it a ideal medium to catch up with friends virtually. This is without the usual costs often incurred from distance communication. The real beauty of I.R.C. is it's potential to act as a sort of text based universal translator so that users regardless of their language can converse in real time. The central objective of this website is to provide cyber-citizens with the information they will need to utilize this element of the net effectively. It will be updated on a regular basis.
Here is the home site for DALnet a safe zone for the IRC crowd. It contains some excellent get up to speed info on IRC as well as how to get up and going on DALnet. The Servers available are listed here which include servers in Australia, Europe, and North America. Also there is ample supply of IRC programs for most operating systems available for download. Definately a site to explore and get you fingers wet.
This site contains a wealth of information on the state of IRC. It's author runs one of the "Undernet" servers and hence is a natural source for IRC related information with a Undernet slant. Ensor provides a general interest page for those who are looking for more material regarding "Undernet" and IRC related issues. Programs for end users are provided as needed to get involved in the "Undernet".
This is a very extensive primer and tutorials site for IRC. It covers such topics as "Basic Commands, Private Conversations, Public Conversations, Channels" and much more. A first stop for those unaware of the abilities of IRC.
This site represents over 150 channels to chat the nights away. The emphasis is on those channels that have websites available to browse over. It's a great place to start if you are uncertain of where to begin e-chatting. So... pick a channel any channel.
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