Skype Journal Test

Friday, August 29, 2008

Weekend reading

Skype for email? - can the p2p architecture that works for Skype be applied to email?

Skype Emoticons Club - drawing tool for emoticon art.

Evoca drops free service. For an annual fee, add Evoca to a Skype conference call and it will record the call, up to 180 minutes. You can download the mp3 or order transcripts.

C-SPAN reporters used Skype video to cover spots in and around the Pepsi Center at the Democratic National Convention this week. Jerky video (low frame rate) but added coverage.

Skype alumni are funding Inkspin1, bringing Skype calls onto your home television screen. Hat tip to Ray Crowley.

Skype turning off Skypecasts 1 September 2008. Fantastic long comment list. And a follow up from Skype.

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At August 29, 2008 at 9:34 AM , Anonymous Murem said...

Evoca still offers free service - our Evoca Express Free Member account now has 30 day trial period with 15 minutes of recording time. We've made the Pro Member account subcription affordable (we think!) at $29.95/year for 180 minutes (3 hours) of recording time. Of course Skype recording is an important feature. We also offer licenses to our media platform, Evoca Media Services, last year. It it delivered through a RESTful HTTP API (application programming interface) with integratd VoIP telephone services and many self-service configuration, customization (Flash players and recorders), and media management.


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