Resort (talker)

Resort is regarded by some as the most popular internet talker of all time, and uses the "Elsewhere Too" or ew-too codebase. Resort was created in October 1994 by Adam J. Foxson, Brian Teyssier, and Gwendolyn R. Schmidt. It competes with Surfers for the title of most popular talker in the world, and as at November 2005 was a close 2nd [] with 4,354 connections per day as compared to Surfers with 4,819. It has on average about 20-40 users online at any time [] . It is currently administrated by James Hawtin, Daniel Stephens, and David Thompson. []

See also

* spod
* talker
* ew-too
* Foothills (talker)
* Surfers (talker)

External links

* [ listing of Resort]
* [ Reviews of Resort]
* [ Official Web site]
* [ Graph of average user levels on Resort]
* [ Resort's unabridged history]

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