"I use it mostly for calling in to an internet radio show at radioplaystation.com. It's a good show and loads of fun in the on site chat. where we dance to music on camera. to call in on the air, they have it set up with Skype, so I do that…"
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Being in college in a country where the phone companies rip you off, I use it to call my mom in the other coast. However, we don't have webcams so we haven't tried the videophone features yet.
I hope one day I can get my hands…"
"I use Skype daily to video conference my family while they are visiting relative in Ukraine; I also talk with friends in Thailand, England, Russia, China, and Egypt with it....all free as they are Skype users. Their paid service to call phones is…"
"I use Skype with my friend Mike Snyder to create the podcast SocIT. Our site is http://socitpodcast.wordpress.com . We have recorded 2 of the podcasts so far, with many more to come. Keep an eye open if you sound interested and feel free to comment…"
"I used Skype to call my parents when on a family vacation. They could see the room, and how much the kids were enjoying themselves. It was much better than a phone call, and free since the room came with free wifi. Since then we havn't used it…"
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For the past month I have been roasting batches of green beans I got from a wholesaler in Washington off of Craig's list. I have been mixing and matching and came up with what I consider a fine brew. 1/2 Guatemalan for the sweet high notes, 1/4 Ethiopian for the richness and 1/4 Sumatran for the heavy notes all roasted just past the 2nd crack. Yow, it's good. I give it away to the relatives for Christmas. What are you guys roasting?See More