'Chat the Planet' Brings Views from Iraq to the Web Until recently, it wasn't possible for most ordinary Americans to enter into dialogue with people living in the midst of a war. The Internet has changed all that — a company called Chat the Planet is using Web sites like Salon and YouTube to enable young people from all over the world to communicate via live and produced video.
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'Chat the Planet' Brings Views from Iraq to the Web

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'Chat the Planet' Brings Views from Iraq to the Web

'Chat the Planet' Brings Views from Iraq to the Web

'Chat the Planet' Brings Views from Iraq to the Web

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