It could be something as simple as a run away script or learning how to better use E-utilities, for more efficient work such that your work does not impact the ability of other researchers to also use our site.
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--.254 (talk) , (UTC) The article erroneously remarks that IRC was part of a standard UNIX build. While most IRC servers and their early clients were primarily written on and for UNIX systems, neither were included in any standard UNIX distribution. ICQ has made an option to random chat   but it's not very popular  , whereas there are some other attempts ... I noticed two apparent bugs on this page which appear to be some kind of "Graffiti" Part way down, "Smelly Poopers" appears in line with the text under one of the sections. Maybe just a glitch, but it seems unlikely to be random. No need to discuss it, just go ahead and remove the vandalism.
I think chatroom (or chat room) is a general non-technical term, popularised by the media.
For example, clients can move the computer to a public room or install software that blocks access to adult sites.
He added that psychologists should routinely ask clients about their Internet use during intakes, including whether others see it as a problem.--D.
Cybersex--which Greenfield defines as "type-written communication for the sole purpose of achieving arousal and orgasm, generally between two people online"--is a growing problem, he said.
Some cybersex consumers, he explained, have become compulsive in their consumption of cybersex, spending inordinate amounts of time online that would otherwise be spent with family members, sleeping or working on the job--actions that can spark jealousy at home and sanctions at work.
It doesn't fit the other links as they all talk about chatrooms, not implement them. .12 (talk) , 24 January 2010 (UTC) File: Example.jpg From reading the 'activities' section you'd get the impression that 99% of all chat rooms are only there for cyber sex and swapping nude photos (cited from the Daily Mail)! Seems that Chat rooms are being replaced by "Social Networks " Twiiter, Face Book etc. Andre' by the Sea VICTORMOI (talk) , 12 December 2010 (UTC) tags need working in process.]]