We analyzed about 2.5 million posts covering various topics in Internet relay channels, and found that user activity patterns follow known power-law and stretched exponential distributions, indicating that online chat activity is not different from other forms of communication.Analysing the emotional expressions (positive, negative, neutral) of users, we revealed a remarkable persistence both for individual users and channels. despite their anonymity, users tend to follow social norms in repeated interactions in online chats, which results in a specific emotional “tone” of the channels.Online communication can be seen as a large-scale social experiment that constantly provides us with data about user activities and interactions.Consequently, time series analyses have already revealed remarkable temporal activity patterns, e.g. Such patterns allow conclusions how humans organize their time and give different priorities to their communication tasks.This shall allow us to identify differences between instantaneous chatting communities and other forms of slower, persistent communication.
In this paper, we analyze data about instant online communication in different chatting communities, specifically Internet Relay Chat (IRC) channels, where each channel covers a particular topic.You will meet mature females and males freely on this chat platform.Welcome to Chat Rooms Connect to an aleatory person anywhere in the world from our rooms.With Chat Rooms you can choose between the following options:- Create a room and wait for connect now.- If you want a private conversation put a password.- Chat to a maximum of 4 people at a time.- Chat for free with people of any gender.- Chat with webcam in the 'video' mode.- Chat with microphone in the 'micro' mode.- Chat anonymously with no micro and no video in the 'text' mode. How do users behave in online chatrooms, where they instantaneously read and write posts?