Use mcabber or ekg2 to talk via xmpp.
Just download Lynx, it's a web browser for the command line and after that download cmus, is a media player for the command line, and install the IRC client for the command line, now you can do a lot things in the command line, I really like it (except for the web browser, it's not so cool, you need images)
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I really like it (except for the web browser, it's not so cool, you need images)The Linux console has support for graphics through a kernel interface called the framebuffer, and you can have mouse support in the console (great for copy/paste) by installing a daemon called GPM. You should then check out the web browser Links 2, which uses these interfaces to let you browse the web from the Linux console with support for graphical images and mouse interaction.
I recommend using [url=http://irssi.org/]Irssi for good, old fashioned IRC, and then use [url=http://www.bitlbee.org/main.php/news.r.html]BitlBee to translate all other chat protocols into IRC. The protocols currently supported by BitlBee are MSN, ICQ, Yahoo, AIM and XMPP/Jabber - the latter includes Facebook Chat and Google Talk.
I used that for some time. To even go further you can combine all that with the use of Screen :)