Gooey Chat?

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - DO' started by Smile, Feb 20, 2000.

  1. Smile

    Smile Senior Member
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    i downloaded the gooey chat not too long ago, but every time i log on to this site i never see anyone online. is it that no one uses the chat program, or are there more specific times that chats are usually held? i think i'm either missing the boat somewhere or i am doing something wrong. my understanding is that everytime i go to the SDN site and am logged on to gooey chat, it should show me a list of people who are online chatting about the website. is this accurate, or does anyone have any suggestions?
     
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  3. Dr'04

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    I am wondering this too. A lot of people used to chat, now it seems like Gooey has lost it's novelty. As far as what's supposed to happen when you log on to the site...yeah, Smile, I think you're right. You can check it out by visiting yahoo.com. There are always people there, it seems.
     
  4. Lee

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    Hi-

    Based on your feedback, we've created a new chatroom for the StudentDoctor Network. It's at: http://www.studentdoctor.net/chat.html

    It's open 24/7, but we expect it to be busy only during scheduled chats (students actually have lives -- even if they don't think they do [​IMG]).

    If you want to see additional scheduled chats, let me know. Post your ideas here, or contact me at [email protected] .
     
  5. vmac

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    I'm down for some gooey chat. Need a nice break from the insanity that is pathogenic micro.
     

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