Its a Corporate security mandate that drives their policies.  I actually have
to drive home and use my personal resources if I need to use IRC. 
Unfortunately, I don't have a convenient block of time to duck out, join the
chat, and get back to the office.  

But thanks for the tip on Javascript chatting.  Perhaps I can get that to
work using one of the public computers in our visitor's business
center--they may not be blocked.

-- Karl

Alexander Limi wrote:
> On Wed, 21 Jan 2009 03:50:54 -0800, Karl Horak  
> <> wrote:
>> Alas, my day-job doesn't permit IRC use, but feel free to ping me with  
>> e-mail
>> during the discussion.
> If it's not an "I can get fired if I visit certain webpages" issue, the  
> page at gives you access without needing  
> open ports like an IRC client would — it's just a javascript application.
> -- 
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