CoolTalk


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CoolTalk

An earlier set of data conferencing and telephony extensions for Netscape Navigator from Netscape. It included an Internet phone, chat window, whiteboard and application sharing.
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In addition to WebCT, this course also used the following systems for synchronous learning: (a) text-based conferencing systems: ICQ & WebCT chat; (b) audio-video conferencing systems: Netscape CoolTalk & CU-SeeMe; (c) enhanced virtual systems: ActiveWorlds [less than]http://www.
3] lacks a built-in conferencing tool, it allows standard browser plug-ins, such as Netscape CoolTalk, for audio conferencing and other stream techniques for video conferencing.
Netscape's CoolTalk lets users speak to each other and share a collaborative tool called a whiteboard, which allows simultaneous viewing and editing of graphical images using drawing, zooming, and markup tools.
However, as Netscape packages Cooltalk with the next release of its browser, and if Microsoft goes through with a similar plan, the installed base will skyrocket.
for distributed digital video, and CoolTalk and CoolView for Internet audio, video, and data communications on Windows, Windows 95, and UNIX-based platforms.