Tuesday April 26, 2005 12:06 pm
Participatory Culture Foundation Internet TV
I have been keeping an eye on Participatory Culture for a few weeks now, and I am excited about the June launch of their software package. If you haven’t heard of them, basically they aim to do for video what Podcasting has done for audio on the Internet. Using open source code, and open standards (BitTorrent, XML, HTTP, etc.), Participatory Culture aims to bring both a delivery and reception module to the table, allowing anyone who want to view and/or publish video to do so. They even claim that their video publishing software is even easier to use than most blogging packages out there. While that remains to be seen, it certainly does sound intriguing. I am pumped about all these new generation methods of handling video that are starting to come around.
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