Let’s see if this works. The embedded player doesn’t work on WordPress.com cause WordPress.com blocks all sorts of embedded stuff. Sigh. Anyway, come and join us. We’re there now.
What’s significant is I can record right from my Mac a video show. It uploads almost as soon as I hit “stop.” Then I can chat with anyone watching it (and you can too). You can watch on your mobile phone (if you have a Java-enabled phone, mostly works on Nokia phones). Or chat from there too. I can also throw up polls or photos too. It’s TV for the masses. Really neat stuff.
This was recorded on an N95 — it’s the Police concert in SF a couple nights ago.
So, the Facebook app shipped today is Kyte.tv and I’ll be over there with Channel 4 KRON today at 2 p.m.
Watch my Kyte.tv channel today at about 2 p.m. — we’ll be chatting and putting up photos and other stuff while there. I’ll also be filming an interview for ScobleShow. TechCrunch has the details on the new Facebook app and other Kyte stuff.
Speaking of ScobleShow, this week we’ve put up a few interesting videos. Here’s a selection:
First, you’ve probably heard of Sonos (Mike Arrington has one in his house) but you probably haven’t seen one demonstrated. So John MacFarlane, CEO of Sonos, comes over and demonstrates one for us and talks about its deal with Pandora.
Then, in a continuing series on Work 2.0 we get a look at ThinkFree’s latest online office service and talk with Jonathan Crow, director of marketing there.
The world of media mashups is growing rapidly and we get a look at MixerCast. Highlight video here. Demo and interview with the CEO is here.
Finally, something for the developers, a look at Apatar, which lets you move data around between Web services. We also have an interview with the CEO and Founder.
See ya this afternoon.