This article is not about any of the “normal” topics of this newsletter: genealogy, history, current affairs, DNA, and related topics. However, it contains information that I believe every computer user should become familiar with:
Do you remember instant messengers from the late ’90s? Back then, techies would reverse engineer protocols of popular messengers to create multi-platform solutions with extended features. That’s how I created CenterICQ, a Linux-based IM client tailored to my needs.
Over 20 years later, messengers have changed drastically, but I’m still not happy with what we have on the market. Here’s why.
You can read the full article written by Konstantin Klyagin in an article in the Forbes.com web site at: https://tinyurl.com/4y93fzx5