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I am working on a YouTube channel with my friend now for the past few weeks. I was wondering if a service existed where we can both post ideas or messages to each other, privately so no one else can read them.I am certain that this exists, In fact I have heard of one named Chatter.com but i am not certain that it will suit our needs. does anyone know of a service we can use?

asked Feb 07 '11 at 19:40

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Email should do it

Or even something like Google Wave may help you in this case

answered Feb 07 '11 at 19:55

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I will definitly be useing google Wave! thanks!

(Feb 07 '11 at 20:05) Ztag100 Ztag100's gravatar image

The problem is that no one know how to use wave and Google will be ending that after some time

If that happens, here are something to look for http://alternativeto.net/software/google-wave

(Feb 07 '11 at 20:07) kevin ♦♦ kevin's gravatar image

Wouldn't a simple E-Mail or instant messaging client do the trick?

answered Feb 07 '11 at 19:44

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exactly, why use more life-tracking/recording social networks

(Feb 07 '11 at 19:47) zman zman's gravatar image

no, the problem with email is the interface. Email would be good if we were having a conversation. Instant messaging wont work because Instant Messaging is not reliable to save messages many delete message if you logoff or close the window.

(Feb 07 '11 at 19:50) Ztag100 Ztag100's gravatar image

IM client. Especially one with logging turned on, so you can review ideas in the future. In case you forget. =)

answered Feb 07 '11 at 19:53

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Maxwell Evans

Also, Yahoo, WLM, and AIM all three have logging features. So, no reason to use the excuse of "losing messages".

(Feb 07 '11 at 19:54) Maxwell Evans Maxwell%20Evans's gravatar image
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