From Angst to Zines, Echo has over 60 different conferences and each conference is filled with ongoing conversations.
Conference descriptions with a have web sites you can explore. NOTE: These descriptions and conference web pages are not the actual conferences; you cannot access Echo's conferences via the web at this time. Click here for information about telneting or dialing in to Echo.
A place for those between the ages of 30 and 39 to discover they have absolutely nothing to discuss.
A safe and rowdy place for throwing a tantrum or wallowing in self-pity. All forms of angst treated with respect.
For artists and viewers, conversations in the the Art conference range from "Artists You Hate" to "Pin Down the Work Of Great Artists In Less Than 10 Words" and "Art I Saw Today".
A conference for women with attitude. "It's WIT in leather jackets." Marissa Bowe, WORD Editor-In-Chief
Where readers and writers consummate their affair with language.
Central is for general announcements of interest to all ECHO users, and is a great place for newcomers to get their feet wet and practice posting.
Where the good people of Echo go to find jobs, homes and the ever-popular free stuff.
Stop in, it's casual. Talk comix with us: mainstream, UG, toons, etc.
Questions: free, Answers: $.25, Correct Answers: $10.
Americana, pop culture. Conversations range from "Thay're Changing Barbie!" to "Does God Care Who Wins the Super Bowl?" and "Bill Gates' Love Child Bludgeoned by Libby Dole."
If you've had enough of Elizabeth Kubler Ross, join us for conversations like "Death Hurts," "Write Your Own Suicide Note," and "Violent Death: Accidents and Murder."
Do the letters PMS make you think of a color matching system before they make you think of a hormonal disorder? Does an upgrade notice from Adobe make you quiver with excitement? If so, then Digital Arts is the conference for you! Digital Arts is a conference were we talk about using computers to produce art both fine and commercial.
ECHO's travel conference, where you can make other people jealous over all the great places you've been. Designed for Echoids who live outside New York.
If there's something you like (or dislike) about ECHO, this is the place to talk about it.
Cooking, eating, whining, writing, drinking.
A conference about all kinds of games and toys!
A private conference for those participating in an online group therapy experiment.
Artists, gardeners, or do-it-yourself types: share the secrets of your craft, or learn a new one.
"Our body is a magnificently devised, living, breathing mechanism, yet we do almost nothing to insure its optimal development and use. The human organism needs an ample supply of good building material to repair the effects of daily wear and tear." Indra Devi, 1963
Geared toward the editors, producers, and marketing specialists of Silicon Alley, INSIDE complements Echo's thriving Digital Arts design and Web production conferences, and expands on their topics of discussion.
The Internet Conference. We dole out Internet advice to newbies and oldbies like porridge to Oliver. The most traveled items are the e-mail item, the video and audio items, and, of course, the ever-popular "Where Do I Find Kiddie Porn?" item.
Discussions of the Jewish culture, religion, politics, and Israel. All are welcome!
Queer folks and friends. We're here, and we're hip.
Together, we're trying to map the rough terrain of love in the 90s: support, feelings, and ideas about love and loving.
Discuss how modern means of communication affect culture, society, and politics in significant ways.
We discuss topic of interest to men in a friendly, supportive and unpressured environment. This conference is open to men only.
Where everyone can be a critic, even if you haven't seen it.
From techno to opera, conversations in the Music conference range from "My favorite song in the world, right now" to "Upcoming Releases Music to Peel Your Eyeballs For" and "That Steely Dan CD is wrong, wrong, wrong."
Where we discuss the issues and personalities, and their effects on our lives.
The New York Conference: hosted by James Sanders & TwangJoin us to trade urban survival tips and discuss what makes New York the greatest city in the world and/or hell on earth.
Off Central: hosted by Misha and Steve BergWhere we plan F2Fs and talk about Everything Else.
Over 40: hosted by Luce & MargaretA private conference restricted to people over 40 years of age.
Outerboro: hosted by MigLiving, working, playing and eating in Queens, Brooklyn, the Bronx and Staten Island -- the real New York.
Parenting: hosted by Sarah M. and Roger DevineWhether you're a parent yourself, thinking about becoming one, or want to talk about your own parents, do it in the Parenting conference.
Performance: hosted by Flying Fish, Mark Russell & SnowIdeas, stories, and gossip about live performance from opera to monster truck rallies.
Pets: hosted by Margaret SegallFor all pets lovers dogs, cats, birds, hamsters, snakes, iguanas, etc. anything with fur & paws.
Plain Wrapper: hosted by Joe RosenHome of the chuckleheads, parthenon cups, and the RGO.
A place to explore the workings of the mind, its disorders, and its (sometimes) cures.
Where Echoids express and satisfy their curiosity about the physical universe and the everyday manifestations of science.
Exploring the imaginary universe.
Sex is a private conference restricted to ECHO users over 21 years old.
Hot tips on what to find what you're looking for! Or come on in and share your own tips.
Does God exist? Or is he/she the Tantric hallucination of a UFO-piloting?
No, it isn't that Don King (but there is a boxing item!). Whether you're a participant or a spectator, there's room for everyone to play.
A private conference for participants in 12-step programs (based on the one developed by Alcoholics Anonymous).
Where Echoids 29 and younger gather to talk about, um, life.
Technical details and tricks about Unix and the Echo conferencing software. Questions answered about the good, the bad, and the ugly.
A place to share your favorite World Wide Web sites and tips on making Web pages, and nitpick about the technical issues!
Women in Telecommunications (WIT) was the first all-women's conference on Echo. The conference features over 300 concurrent topics of discussion, including women's health, herstory, parenting, relationships, career, money management, sex, sexuality, women in technology, in power, in politics, and in pop culture.
"Language most shews a man: Speak, that I may see thee." Ben Johnson, Explorata: Oratio Imago Animi
A conference for the discussion of job related issues. You'll also find discussions of personal finance and investment topics.
Where established professionals can network and exchange information, and newer writers can gain support and help.