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Google Talk

Google Talk is a service offered by Google for Voice over IP and instant messenging. Google Talk beta was released on August 24, 2005 and consists of both a service and a client used to connect to the service. Unlike some other instant messaging services, Google Talk uses an open protocol (Jabber) for the IM part and it encourages the use of clients other than their own in connecting to the Google Talk service.


Soulseek is a file-sharing application and tightly knit network used mostly to exchange music, although able to share a variety of files. It was created by Nir Arbel, a former Napster programmer. Like Napster, it relies on a central server, which makes it vulnerable to being shut down by legal action. Soulseek offers a huge selection of music, and is free of spyware and any other malicious code.



Ares has maintained an interesting history in the file-sharing world. In late 2002, Ares began its existence as a Gnutella client. Dissatisfied with simply being another client on a network overpopulated with various clients, Albert reintroduced Ares as an independent community. For much of 2003, Ares maintained a slow, yet steady rate of growth