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October 23, 2006


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Steve M

That's really a smart and quick sloution for video conferencing, without much efforts and time and offcourse money.


You list only the two extremes of a potentially (if not actually) very broad spectrum of video communicatins:

- On one end, there's the video IM model featuring low-quality video in a small window on a PC/Mac. Note that "ease of use" is relative here - for starters, you've got to keep a personal computer of some sort up and running!

- On the other, there's the enterprise model: high quality, but very expensive, and you need someone else to run it for you.

Seems to me there's room in the market for something that more closely approaches real presence in quality/size of picture, is easy to set up and use, and doesn't cost you two arms and a leg.

And, yes, that's a come-on.

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