Internet Relay Chat:
- MIRC: IRC
Relay Chat) is a virtual meeting place where people from all
over the world can meet and talk; you'll find the whole diversity of
human interests, ideas, and issues here, and you'll be able to
participate in group discussions on one of the many thousands of IRC
channels, or just talk in private to family or friends, wherever they
are in the world. To use IRC you need a small program like mIRC, a
shareware IRC client for Windows, written by Khaled
Mardam-Bey. mIRC is a friendly IRC client that is well equipped
with options and tools. You can download
mIRC here to try it out.
Help: The most complete IRC
help site: over a thousand helpful files
primers, guides, downloadable clients & scripts, server lists,
Over 22 million served over the past 3 years.
- #Dal Net
Is the official homepage of the IRC channel #DALnet on irc.dal.net. #DALnet
is operated by a staff of volunteers who help in a variety of topics
including Internet Relay Chat, Computers, Networking, the Internet,
Health, and many other miscellaneous topics. People who join the
channel are also invited to chat with the team, when they aren't busy
of course. Topics can range from the Internet, to girls (or guys),
numerous Websites, International News, or even just how your day was
like. Come in and join.
Creek: Fine wine now visit
their site and learn all about it.
the Gaul: I have always liked
the character of Asterix. This site is a very good fan site with
excellent links. Another to try is The Asterix around the world
Hunting: Fraser's are the UK market leader and have been
dealing in autographed material since 1978. Over this period, they
have provided thousands of customers all over the world with some of
the finest collectables.
- Martial Way is an excellent
fan site on the Martial Arts
world is just that, a very large selection of categorised
search engines. They are set out in drop down box style with subjects
such as DVD, Games, even translation sites. A good site to visit for
- Geek Watches gives the ultimate reference to
those one time "state of the art" digital watches we all owned. look