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chat room

Online A virtual environment on the Internet, in which participants with similar interest 'talk' via keyboard
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Chat rooms have recently featured prominently in investigations into the manipulation of the LIBOR exchange rates, and could have the effect of chilling industry attitudes toward them as a legitimate means of communication.
Chat Rooms could see more users engagements as compared to the current group chat or one on one chat formats.
Online teen chat rooms generally don't have specific topics but, like message boards, attract a wide range of kids and present both helpful and hurtful communications.
Internet chat rooms are rather safe if your children know the rules for using them.
With the students who were repeat visitors, chat room conversations would usually open with some small talk, and this small talk was often instigated by the students.
It allows a professor (as the designer) to establish an integrated training site that includes training modules, chat rooms, bulletin boards, homepages, drop boxes for assignments, presentation capabilities, and a viewable grade book for students.
Clearly define online rules--how much time campers can spend online, what kinds of sites they can visit, whether or not instant messaging can be used, guidelines for entering chat rooms, etc.
In this article we focus on the merits of regularly scheduled chat room interactions as an important component for Web-based instruction.
the basics of chat rooms and messaging software; and
It's possible that the man in the gay chat room who told me the story about gender-bending was making it up.
Chat room postings can also be broadcast on the television screen as the show airs.
According to a Reuters report, investigators are probing the possible use of chat room forums as potential venues for collusion and market manipulation.