03 September 2010

Date for your Filofax - Sunday 19th September

We are going to run another conference roundtable chat using Skype. They get better each time we run these. Laurie assures me she has got her microphone unpacked and I've cleared my diary for that day! So...When, Where, What, Who and How?

When? - Sunday 19th September from mid-day (US East Coast time), 5pm London time, 6 pm Paris time etc.

Where? - an on-line chat using Skype.

What do I need? - just a micro-phone and a free Skype account.

Who - All of you... connect up with Philofaxy and we will attempt to get as many of us linked in to the audio conference as possible.

How -
  1. Connect to Philofaxy by firstly searching for Philofaxy in Skype, I will then add you as a contact.
  2. Then  'Start Chat',  I will then add you in to the chat room. 
  3. Then if you request it, I can add you to the audio conference as well. But if you just want to chat via keyboard that's fine. That way it's slightly less hectic for me! 
Come and join in the fun, even if you only pop in to say hello...

If you need any assistance setting up Skype, please pop a comment in this post and I will try and help you get one line. Skype is free for computer to computer calls.... 
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3 comments:

  1. Really looking forward to this...
    but as usual, SOMETHING has to come up and spoil the fun for me!
    As I'm moving from house, the idiots who supply us internet said they still need ABOUT 5 DAYS!! to disconnect the service from the old place, and that it will take...
    ABOUT 15 DAYS to connect it on the new place!!
    If we were in a not so popular city, like say, some middle sized city in Spain, I would accept it. But we're in London!!!I thought that it was the world's capital and as such it should also have the best services, but it doesn't...
    Oh well, I better take my ranting elsewhere, I don't want to be kicked out.. :P

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    1. It took about a month for my Internet to get properly re-connected when I moved last year, and I live in Wellington, the capital of New Zealand. We didn't even have a landline phone for two weeks!

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