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Play Net eventually licensed its software to a company called Quantum Link, or Q-Link, which launched a chat room service called People Connection.Q-Link changed its name to America Online (AOL), which still uses the People Connection name for its chat and community services.Microsoft released a slew of replacements including Windows Meeting Space and Office Live Meeting but other protocols began taking over.The boom in the popularity of Skype, which included voice and text chat as well as the ability to call phone numbers for next to nothing as well as file transfers challenged MSN Messenger to the throne and the noun Skype soon began to be used as a verb (which shows no signs of abating – when was the last time you “Skyped” someone? Slowly but surely the software of yore was replaced with newer, and better software as more developers began developing excellent alternatives like Team Speak, Ventrilo, Google Talk and eventually Facebook’s chat protocol.In the late '70s and early '80s, several small bulletin board communities incorporated chat and IM into their networks.But the Compu Serve CB simulator is widely regarded as the first real-time chat room.These days we’ve got Whats App messenger and Twitter for short messages on the go, Apple’s proprietary i Message protocol closing the gap between desktop and mobile messaging and Google Hangouts enabling screen sharing and video chat with nothing but a web browser.
Chatting via text, transferring files and multi-user conversations were just easier when a centralised server handled user availability.” restores Net Meeting compatibility but there’s so many better options available now.
In the late 1990s, AOL's chat rooms were some of the most popular in the world.
According to statistics from the Pew Internet & American Life Project, 55 percent of online teens and 28 percent of online adults used chat rooms in 2000 [source: Pew Internet & American Life Project].
The business sphere had always been a place of innovation when it came to conferencing solutions, with phone conferences being popular well into the early (and in some instances late) 2000’s.
Net Meeting on Windows 95, which was bundled with later versions of Internet Explorer 3, introduced a large percentage of people to voice and video communication with people from every corner of the world. By this I mean it was never particularly attractive to look at (unlike say the latest version of MSN Messenger or a customised version of the legendary m IRC) and was a good example of function over form.