Analyzing Seesmic’s Next Move: Moving Online To The Offline?

It’s quite interesting to see how Seesmic has progressed over the years. I remember how they used to be focused on trying to be the video version of Twitter (minus the 140 character limit) and that people were going around posting video conversations of themselves on the site. Soon it was integrated into commenting systems… Continue reading Analyzing Seesmic’s Next Move: Moving Online To The Offline?

Video commenting on blogs: Wave of the Future?

In the past couple of months, there have been several big developments on video blogging. Perhaps most important is that two big applications have offered their services to allow people to post comments on blog posts. But not just any comment…these are video comments (I’ll wait for the “oohs” and “ahhs”). The two that I… Continue reading Video commenting on blogs: Wave of the Future?

Seesmic your videos on your website

Did you know that Seesmic had jumped on the widget bandwagon? I found out through Loic’s YouTube video and of course I’d love to post more videos on Seesmic (it’s a more viral network than YouTube!), but while Seesmic is still a “private” network, let your videos propogate throughout the world by having people view… Continue reading Seesmic your videos on your website