Seesmic

I am interested in the direction social media is taking with regard to video content. I'd like to check out what seesmic.com is doing. Anyone want to send me an invite? Thanks in advance :)

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seesmic

Pfish's picture

Ack...typed this but then it disappeared. Did I mess up? I'll try and retype.

I haven't got a key to Seesmic, alas. I'd like one....

In the meantime, I've been fiddling around on Utterz, which also allows video, but whose chief feature seems to be the ease with which you can voice blog from your cell phone.

I see you, PixelFish. :)

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Not sure why it didn't show up for you. I see both posts. Also, I'll have to check out Utterz (which just makes me think of cows), it sounds like a neat idea.

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Utterz

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I have heard some fun things about utterz as well. I guess I can busy myself with that in the meantime :) Thanks for the reminder!

Katherine Druckman is webmistress at LinuxJournal.com. You might find her on Twitter or at the Southwest Drupal Summit

seesmic

Pfish's picture

I wish I had a key to Seesmic. But alas, I do not. I saw some of Loic's videos linked up from Scoble's page...looks interesting.

In the meantime I've been playing around on Utterz, which also allows video, but whose prime virtue seems to be that you can voice blog from your cell phone and it will post to whichever sites you have configured for it.

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