3 thoughts on “mobile video blogging

  1. HÂkon Styri

    “claims to be the first service to allow not only text and images but also video”

    That’s quite a claim. 🙂

    I’ll use the opportunity to promote one of my favourite bloggers, Mie Kennedy. I haven’t seen video in her current http://www.kokochi.com/ yet, but there used to be video at http://tokyotidbits.com/

  2. Jill

    Oh, I think they meant the first service to allow users to easily upload video from a mobile phone – I agree, it’s quite a claim, but perhaps in this limited sense they’re right? It’s obvious that there’s been video in blogs before.

  3. Mads

    Hi Jill,
    I agree, it is quite a claim, and we’re pretty baffled that we were first, since the technology is very simple. I believe it is only a matter of time before we see a load of other moblog services offer this too.
    If you want a look at a video post, you can have a peek at my partner in crime, Tony, introduce the new video capabilities 😉 http://www.albinogorilla.dk/test/447

    Cheers,
    Mads, Albino Gorilla

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