EyeJot on ScobleShow

We have shorter videos and long videos now. :-)

David Geller comes on ScobleShow to show off EyeJot, which is a cool way to send video emails around to your friends and family and blog readers. Here’s a video of just EyeJot being demonstrated.

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Comments

  1. Darren from EyeJot. Got your message. Reply is disabled so I can’t send you an email or eyejot. I will assume that it is disabled because you sent me an anonymous message. If not, it may be a bug. Like the product so far. FYI – Looks like the some of the help screens still have place holder text.

    Robert sorry to use your comments to reach EyeJot but I figured they would be watching them ;-)

  2. Darren from EyeJot. Got your message. Reply is disabled so I can’t send you an email or eyejot. I will assume that it is disabled because you sent me an anonymous message. If not, it may be a bug. Like the product so far. FYI – Looks like the some of the help screens still have place holder text.

    Robert sorry to use your comments to reach EyeJot but I figured they would be watching them ;-)

  3. Great move with the ‘Editor’s Choice’ shorter videos! I definitely think this is a move in the right direction, and I think the text on the page is exactly right – I want to know whether 30 minutes of this is worth it or not before I commit.

    My vote would be for even shorter clips, almost like a 1-2 minute commercial or teaser or something, but this is definitely a big step, imho.

  4. Great move with the ‘Editor’s Choice’ shorter videos! I definitely think this is a move in the right direction, and I think the text on the page is exactly right – I want to know whether 30 minutes of this is worth it or not before I commit.

    My vote would be for even shorter clips, almost like a 1-2 minute commercial or teaser or something, but this is definitely a big step, imho.

  5. “I’m missing something….”

    How is this different from a score of J2M apps, and more importantly, MMS, that’s, you know, built into almost every single post-2k+ mobile phone.

    That allows such messaging to every PC and every mobile., cross-network, out of the box.

    Yeah, so they’ve done a bit of extra coding for myspace, and…. (and even that’s not that special).

    You do know that their are 10’s/100’s of millions of people who actually already have video-email, and even a infrastucture companies who can provide you with auto-posting in fw/os for any service.

    For more extended use, as mentioned before, go visit http://www.clesh.com http://www.forbidden.co.uk .

    Yours kindly,

    Shakir Razak

  6. “I’m missing something….”

    How is this different from a score of J2M apps, and more importantly, MMS, that’s, you know, built into almost every single post-2k+ mobile phone.

    That allows such messaging to every PC and every mobile., cross-network, out of the box.

    Yeah, so they’ve done a bit of extra coding for myspace, and…. (and even that’s not that special).

    You do know that their are 10’s/100’s of millions of people who actually already have video-email, and even a infrastucture companies who can provide you with auto-posting in fw/os for any service.

    For more extended use, as mentioned before, go visit http://www.clesh.com http://www.forbidden.co.uk .

    Yours kindly,

    Shakir Razak

  7. Hi Shakir,

    A few key differences with Eyejot versus mobile apps or mms:

    1. recording from your webcam
    2. Clientless/browser-based (no sw installation)
    3. streaming (no long upload & download times)
    4. rss access to your inbox

    Beyond that, there are upcoming features, especially regarding interactivity, interoperability, and ease-of-use, that set Eyejot apart.

    Thanks,

    Daryn (Eyejot)

  8. Hi Shakir,

    A few key differences with Eyejot versus mobile apps or mms:

    1. recording from your webcam
    2. Clientless/browser-based (no sw installation)
    3. streaming (no long upload & download times)
    4. rss access to your inbox

    Beyond that, there are upcoming features, especially regarding interactivity, interoperability, and ease-of-use, that set Eyejot apart.

    Thanks,

    Daryn (Eyejot)

  9. Thanks very much Daryn for your reply.

    None of the first 4 seem especially exciting/unique to me, but I’m not the average american mobile phone user, and I suppose the current strength comes from the good UI, the platform and the eco-system (ready-to-roll, self-contained, for all).

    I do expect that you already have very good ideas/services concerning interactivity, but may I suggest speed of execution.

    If you’re thinking of social-networks, may I suggest that you move far ahead, as companies like vodafone/o2/t-mobile are already starting to roll out different (in-house) apps that would blow the average americans mind away (citrix-on-mobile (or orb) anyone, how about persistant last.fm on mobile, etc. etc.)

    The Future’s Bright, The Future’s Mobile!

    Yours kindly,

    Shakir Razak

  10. Thanks very much Daryn for your reply.

    None of the first 4 seem especially exciting/unique to me, but I’m not the average american mobile phone user, and I suppose the current strength comes from the good UI, the platform and the eco-system (ready-to-roll, self-contained, for all).

    I do expect that you already have very good ideas/services concerning interactivity, but may I suggest speed of execution.

    If you’re thinking of social-networks, may I suggest that you move far ahead, as companies like vodafone/o2/t-mobile are already starting to roll out different (in-house) apps that would blow the average americans mind away (citrix-on-mobile (or orb) anyone, how about persistant last.fm on mobile, etc. etc.)

    The Future’s Bright, The Future’s Mobile!

    Yours kindly,

    Shakir Razak

  11. Hey there – I’m a huge fan of video messaging, I tried the Eyejot product and I think it’s terrific. Very simple, easy to use and most important, it’s fun to video-message people. Great job guys!
    Xavier

  12. Hey there – I’m a huge fan of video messaging, I tried the Eyejot product and I think it’s terrific. Very simple, easy to use and most important, it’s fun to video-message people. Great job guys!
    Xavier