You can think of a talker as a chat room on steroids. If you are used to chat rooms like the ones you find at Yahoo, AOL or MSN, a talker is more complex and, in our opinion, much more fun and interesting. On a talker, you will have access to a large amount of commands that makes the chatting experience more rewarding. If you are new to talkers, you will probably feel a little disoriented at first, but the experience is well worth the time it takes to get familiar with the talker and its commands.

Many of the users are regulars and spend a lot of time at the talker, chatting, discussing, playing, making friends and sometimes even falling in love. The result is that a talker has a 'community feeling' that you rarely find at regular chat rooms. Most talkers are friendly places and if you are a newbie, don't be afraid to visit. Ask questions if you need help, and the regulars will be happy to help you.

A talker often have multiple 'rooms', you can chat publically or privately with other users. You often have the possibility to create your own personal room, set up your profile, send mail to users who are not online, play games, and much more.