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Software News   Software News : Jabberwocky update
   posted by L8-X on 25-Jan-2003 13:57:26 (1315 reads)
Jabberwocky instant messenger has a new preview version available here.
    

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Re: Jabberwocky update
Posted on 8-Jul-2004 20:51:06
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This is one of those programs that allows me to continue to use my Amiga full time. I have to be able to IM my PC friends I suppose.


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