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For once, the neglect Skype has long given Linux will pay off for Linux users. On the other hand, they're either free or so close to being free as to make no difference. It's a SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) standard a client, but it also supports the H.323 video-conferencing protocol.Skype for Linux, which is still on version 2.2 beta while Windows is up to 5.8, isn't likely to get this "upgrade." Microsoft has planning this for a while. Ekiga: Ekiga, formerly Gnome Meeting, is the best known Linux Vo IP clients. With H.323, you can use Ekiga with the older Microsoft Net Meeting and other SIP compatible conferencing program.Instead, Linux and Mac users need to install a Google Talk video and voice plug-in to their Web browsers.Once you have the plug-in though you can use the services from many Google pages.
Can get to it from the chat tab or any friend's profile page. "Your least technical friend can get online and connect to somebody else." Simplicity. Classic use case of Skype is grandchild speaking to grandparent. Facebook just announced video chat with Skype at a press conference in Palo Alto. Our first take: it looks extremely easy to use -- you have to download a plug-in once, but the download pop-up is integrated into Facebook and isn't any harder than adding a game, for instance. The new design -- billions of chat messages per day. Companies in gaming, communications, search, how are we going to offer our product in a social way on a social infrastructure. It's not just about registered users, or active users. (This is great -- Zuck is going all mathematical on us and explaining what logarithmic growth is.) Moore's law is the most famous instance of logarithmic growth -- 2x the transistors on the same chip every 18 months. We'll grab some screens and post them as they come up. He didn't say much about what they've done to get ready -- no technical detail. So the group chat gives users an ad-hoc way to set up groups without doing that up front. "I wouldn't rule anything out." But don't undersell the importance of what we have today. We'll see a lot of companies who haven't looked at social in their apps. Netflix is a good example -- they're trying to do social well. If we build the best service, there's massive value. "Hopefully we'll get to a billion at some point." It's about the rate at which they're sharing more stuff. The amount they share today is twice what they shared a year ago. If you folded a piece of paper 50 times, it would go to the moon and back more than 10 times -- it's 2 to the 50th power times the height of a paper. All this is a looooong way of saying "we're ready." : Aha -- Skype just tweeted that they're looking forward to some "awesome" news being shared. New sidebar at lower right shows all your friends online, you get a new camera icon to start video call. Kind of like Google Circles, without having to actually set up those groups manually. It's going to be a hybrid in these places to build on top of social infrastructure as it already exists. Q: Any concern people will switch from direct Skype usage to Facebook? Zuck: You contact a friend, something pops up on their screen.