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Grt post... but there is sooo much in web 2.0, i really wonder why this (gtalk) in particular has caught your attention.

Thanks. I appreciate the note.

It's not so much that GTalk in particular has caught my attention. I've been using it for some time, but in general, it's one of the few tools Google has floated that has failed to really catch on in large numbers. It was more due to my particular experience with GTalk in this particular instance. It could have been any online application, but it was this one that drove home Web 2.0 (for lack of a better word) concepts.

Thanks again.

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