An experiment with IM

From a post by James A Robertson on his blog, I learned you can add Google Talk to an ordinary webpage. That is, you can have either an iFramed chat box on the page (which is what he's doing) or a link to Google Talk.

Sounds cool, so I decided to try it out. Since he's having some issues with the iFrame version, I just went for a simple link. You can find it on the rightmost sidebar.

Have at it. If I'm running the Google Talk applet and logged in, you should see a green dot indicating that I'm online. You can ask anything you like, including DevExpress questions, if you want. I can't guarantee to always have an answer though (or an answer that I'm allowed to give, shall we say, if it's company related), but let's see if this works.

Album cover for The Best Of Lamb 1996-2004 - Best Kept SecretsNow playing:
Lamb - God Bless
(from The Best Of Lamb 1996-2004 - Best Kept Secrets)

Loading similar posts...   Loading links to posts on similar topics...

No Responses

Feel free to add a comment...

Leave a response

Note: some MarkDown is allowed, but HTML is not. Expand to show what's available.

  •  Emphasize with italics: surround word with underscores _emphasis_
  •  Emphasize strongly: surround word with double-asterisks **strong**
  •  Link: surround text with square brackets, url with parentheses [text](url)
  •  Inline code: surround text with backticks `IEnumerable`
  •  Unordered list: start each line with an asterisk, space * an item
  •  Ordered list: start each line with a digit, period, space 1. an item
  •  Insert code block: start each line with four spaces
  •  Insert blockquote: start each line with right-angle-bracket, space > Now is the time...
Preview of response