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Announcing Monday Night N00BZ (chat!)


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esty of all people came into the chat room tonight and our quick conversation made me remember the old monday night chat room nights we used to have back in der tag. So anyway, I'm bringing it back!

This time I want to focus on newbies. Newbies have lots of questions, and the chat room format is a good way to answer a lot of them very quickly.

This is not to say ONLY newbs are invited, we need veterans to help with the answers! hehe.. funny how that works out. (Answers are always free, correct answers are $50 :P)

The java-based chat link is up there next to the search button. I may or may not be able to be in the room 100% of the time but hopefully we can get some regulars again and it will become self sustaining again.

Lets say Monday nights starting after 5pm east coast time and lasting however long the west coast hangs together. Its three am here now (EST--my clock is all off after taking care of sick 5yo for four nights running), so the hours can extend however long people want to stay on really.

Last time I did this like I said, we had a group of regulars and it was a lot of fun. We'd play "name that part" -- a 20 questions type game, figure out tech problems, answer questions, BS, etc.

Sooooo, see you next Monday night!! :)

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Here is a non-Java-based, stand-alone chat client program you can use to connect to the FAQ chat room:

http://www.mirc.com/

(IRC stands for Internet Relay Chat, whatever that means)

we freeload off the bmwtips.com IRC chat system, which was set up by e39 fanatics mola, tyrone,dt, and others.

if you want to chat using mIRC, use the settings on this page:

http://www.bmwtips.com/irc/chat.htm

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Here is a non-Java-based, stand-alone chat client program you can use to connect to the FAQ chat room:

http://www.mirc.com/

(IRC stands for Internet Relay Chat, whatever that means)

we freeload off the bmwtips.com IRC chat system, which was set up by e39 fanatics mola, tyrone,dt, and others.

if you want to chat using mIRC, use the settings on this page:

http://www.bmwtips.com/irc/chat.htm

Test

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Here is a non-Java-based, stand-alone chat client program you can use to connect to the FAQ chat room:

http://www.mirc.com/

(IRC stands for Internet Relay Chat, whatever that means)

we freeload off the bmwtips.com IRC chat system, which was set up by e39 fanatics mola, tyrone,dt, and others.

if you want to chat using mIRC, use the settings on this page:

http://www.bmwtips.com/irc/chat.htm

Test

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