To lie or keep in hiding, as for some evil reason. To move or go in a mean, stealthy manner.
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This add-on for ICQ lets you send instant voice messages to people on your ICQ list who also install the program. When you run Qtalka, you will see a list of people from your ICQ list who are online right now. Each name will have a + or - in front of it, the + meaning that this person is running Qtalka also. Double click to establish a connection (they get a prompt to accept or reject) and then press the Talk button and speak into your PC's microphone; whatever you say will come out of your friend's speakers.
There are a couple of other ICQ add-ons like this. WebSkulker chose this one because it also has a conference mode that lets several people send voice messages to each other simultaneously. One person runs Qtalka in conference mode and then several others double-click on the host's name to connect into the conference. The person running the conference should have a high-speed connection to the Internet if very many people will be connected together.
The owner of this site is an amateur scientist who figured out for himself what causes traffic jams. He seems to think that he is the first, but he is wrong because all his talk about traffic waves is well known to traffic engineers. Nevertheless, he explains the concept very well with diagrams, so we recommend that you read it and follow his instructions to minimize the jamming behind your car. Thanks to Jr. Skulker Tristan Tom for suggesting this.
Jr. Skulker Lena Diethelm suggested this site which has unusual gifts for computer geeks.
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