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Encryption Drive != Encrypted Drive

I realized when writing the ioerror post that, given the unrest this year, we should be encouraging people to use more encrypted communications whenever reasonable. How about a metafilter encryption pledge drive? [more inside]
posted by jeffburdges on Oct 11, 2011 - 73 comments

Testing out MeFi jabber

I'm testing out a jabber server on MetaFilter. Use any jabber client (iChat, adium, trillian, gAIM, etc) to connect to metafilter.com. Enter your username as your_mefi_username@metafilter.com and your password is your existing website password here. Once logged in, you can IM other members that are online (my current status: ). Oh, this jabber server supports SSL for encrypted chat by default and also lets you talk to jabber users on other servers, including Google Talk (just add them to your buddy list). If this works out, I'll be experimenting with more features like chatrooms and perhaps allowing chat with Yahoo and MSN users as well. Let me know how it works for you, everyone that is a member here already has a login to the jabber server, automatically.
posted by mathowie on Jan 21, 2006 - 172 comments

Can we add Google Talk to profiles?

Now that Google Talk is up and folk are digging it, can additional messenging service fields be added to the profile customization screen, beyond AIM and ICQ?
posted by jazon on Aug 24, 2005 - 19 comments

What's up with people cutting and pasting entire conversations from IM, ICQ or IRC on their blog?

What's up with people cutting and pasting entire conversations from IM, ICQ or IRC on their blog?
posted by
cyniczny on Sep 25, 2001 - 11 comments

Can we have more IM options?

More IM options. Not to seem to sad but I don't have an AOL screen name. Nor do I have an ICQ number. I do have a Yahoo! Messenger thingy. An MSN Messenger wotsit and (more importantly) a Jabber address (nrichards@jabber.com). What about adding some more fields for the most popular ones and a 'write in' for the Open source client of your choice.
posted by nedrichards on Jul 2, 2001 - 11 comments

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