The video conferencing software we used was oovoo - Scott works from a home office in Portland so he has evaluated many different video conferencing packages and has gravitated towards this one. I have to say that after playing
with it for just a few calls I already agree with him - it's a really nice interface, seems to be very efficient with bandwidth, and offers some pretty nice capabilities (some of them cost $$ but the basic teleconferencing we did was completely free).
I'd love to have some Niners on soon using this technology.
Email me if you have any proposals for what you'd like to talk about. We film on Thursday afternoons Pacific Standard Time so you would need to be available to film then.
wow, now that i can take a closer look at it. it looks like a good alternative to ichat. <hint>Microsoft should buy it and add it to Windows</hint>
do you know if sprint will have any WM5 smartphones? i currently have the i600 running 2003SE and it is a solid phone. when i first got it i charged it and have never rebooted it. used the extended battery to keep me going for the long trips. sprint is very
slow at releasing cool phones.