But you'll also find talk about powwows, racism, and just general chit-chat. But most of the time, the discussion between users is interesting, engaging, and educational. Trending in News. Mostly inhabited by the professional set, alt. You are enjoying stories from the Indianz.
We decided to take a look at some of the places where you can find interesting conversation. True to AOL's reputation as the place to meet potential online romances, the most frequent topic is men and women and where to find them. While Navajos.
According to a recent report, its also falling out of use. Perhaps the Internet is waiting for a cool new place for Indians to chat Any suggestions?
But you can also make up your own message boards using a variety of tools such as BeSeen. Com hosts a chat, recent visits only showed at most a half dozen chatters at any one time. Even in the wee hours of the morning, you can find them chatting in the Native American Chat rooms.
Com and of course, Indianz. AOL America Online boasts the largest subscriber base of any online service so you can be sure there are plenty of Indian users and users interested in Indians. Com Archive, a collection dating back to Some outgoing links may no longer work due to age.
BeSeen: www. The technology is so pervasive that anyone can create their own personalized group in a matter of minutes, thanks to services like eGroups, Yahoo!
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You can also find several web-based discussion boards on various web sites, including Navajos. Com or Remarq. But at least one newsgroups, alt.
Occasionally, you'll get the curious visitor who always asks "Are you guys Indians? Unfortunately, this highly entertaining chat was phased out. On eGroups alone, we counted more than 50 with topics ranging from Indian law to Indian singles. Most also feature mailing list capabilities and are poised to take over that form of discussion as well. Some have as little as 5 members, others have hundreds, so you can always find the group that suits your pace.
So you can literally find hundreds of groups about Indian issues. On hot topics such as the recent thre on the Makah whale hunt, you'll see the divisions between the Native and non-Native posters most clearly.