News, News Services, Blogging Google Talk John Musser Share via FacebookShare via TwitterShare via LinkedinShare via Google+Share via RedditShare via Mail Google Talk is all the buzz today. Using the non-proprietary Jabber/XMPP as the protocol is a nice disruptive Google-style entry into the space. Couple of points: clean interface, currently no advertising or popups, requires GMail account. Useful posts on the topic: The official Google Talk site. There's already a Wikipedia entry on it. DeWitt Clinton's post on Google Talk Over SSH About the author: John Musser Promoted Related Content on ProgrammableWeb How APIs Power News Organizations Daily API RoundUp: YAY Images, ECMWF, ZebraPlan, Mythic Spoiler NPR Launches NPR One Developer Center WordPress Theme Customization API Usage Now Required Daily API RoundUp: Qualys, Riskified, ESPN SDKs Find out more about... News Services, Blogging Add new comment Comments Comments(3) Comment * Leave this field blank Post Comment direwolff (not verified) 11:40 AM Sep. 06 2005 reply Link directly to this comment While it's very cool that they went w/Jabber/XMPP, they did not enable the server-to-server features. For now, it just appears as another proprietary implementation of an open protocol. Hope they open this up to connecting w/other Jabber servers. LaoJean (not verified) 1:47 PM Jan. 13 2006 reply Link directly to this comment But there is no vedio. sklep rowerowy (not verified) 3:08 AM Aug. 02 2007 reply Link directly to this comment Good jobs.Thanks.