Emily Chang’s List

That is a lot of little tools to look at…..   Not a huge fan of the organization of the site.

It has a really stupid name, but twiddeo is what I’ve found.  I think for our project we will need to host video interviews with alumni.  There is youtube, of course, as a video hosting site, but maybe there are others out there that might work better.  This is one example of those.  Not really sure what the differences are.  I guess loading time/size/time limits will all be important to look at.

One Response to “Emily Chang’s List”

  1. One of the things that I saw a lot with those applications were they were trying to take existing ideas and either combine them or improve them, so twiddeo doesn’t really surprise me. I think that it represents the trend.