Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Open Communication

As things get going and Local Motors begins to make faster and faster steps forward, it is my intention to remain as grounded in user feedback as possible. One of the tools that is at our disposal, which, so far, people in the community have not taken advantage of, is my AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) contact. With this anyone can have a direct line, and discussion can be more focused.

So here it is in big bold type: johnbrogersjr (and it is an AIM account)

If ever you have a need to ask a question, make a statement, or just chat about cars, I am often on line and would love to hear from you.

The lines are open.... Let's talk cars.










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2 comments:

Stanle Jobson said...

Found this chat program called gotachat while surfing toady. It has some unique features. It not only combines the feature set of MIRC/IRC, in that you can create chat channels and ategories as well as private message guests, but you can also create a friends list, just like you can in AIM and MSN Messenger. It can be installed on webpages, blogs, social sites like myspace, facebook and others. This I found rather interesting because it doesn't confine your chat to either your deskop or a particular webpage, you have the option of both. Yes, they do have a desktop version as well. Cool stuff. You can find them all over the web, or at their website, www.gotachat.com

Stanle Jobson said...

Found this chat program called gotachat while surfing toady. It has some unique features. It not only combines the feature set of MIRC/IRC, in that you can create chat channels and ategories as well as private message guests, but you can also create a friends list, just like you can in AIM and MSN Messenger. It can be installed on webpages, blogs, social sites like myspace, facebook and others. This I found rather interesting because it doesn't confine your chat to either your deskop or a particular webpage, you have the option of both. Yes, they do have a desktop version as well. Cool stuff. You can find them all over the web, or at their website, www.gotachat.com