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Barnardians! Forget about your worries and your strife! One of Mother Nature’s finer recipes shall soon be available to you: As of Tuesday, March 1st, the powers that be will enable gchat for all gBear accounts!

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With a mere half-day left of classes left, popular lecture activity GChat is tragically broken.  Despair not, Columbia: This’ll all be over tomorrow.  Except the GChat being broken thing, which could very well continue into Reading Week.  Could you even imagine?

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Bwog resident nerd Zach van Schouwen fakes his way through the game theory of Google Chat. When GChat rolled out its “Go Invisible” feature last week (which has been in other instant messenger clients for awhile), the whole landscape of online chat shifted a little. While invisibility on AIM is one thing, most GMail users […]

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Now, going on GChat to see if other people are online and reading their away messages is less shameful and more stalker-y than ever. Use the new “invisible” feature and no one can even tell you’re there while you sit online for hours and hours watching status bubbles go from green to orange. Panopticonic!   […]

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Political Science Professor David Epstein showed up on a friend of Bwog’s G-chat contact list at 12:30 AM. His away message: “funniest site I’ve seen in a while: http://blackpeopleloveus.com/”

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