With Dalas Verdugo certifying Vimeo's place in the history books of media journalism (he got fired for video blogging), I thought it an appropriate point to throw some stones at the future of video sharing.
- Keep in mind, Jakob et al, that I want you to build a web service which I will gladly pay real Visa money for. I can't wait for your site to get better.
- WTF is this, after I log in?
Login successful. Go back to the previous page.
A friends page must be on the top of your list.
- Don't even bother making any sort of new features. You could exactly copy Flickr, down to the CSS, and I would be one happy camper.
- Ultimately, you are sharing video clips. I want to put my videos that I made on my camera into a thumbnail gallery. I want to hyperlink to them and I want to share them with my friends, both on your website and, most importantly, in other media channels that I maintain.
- The reason that I stopped using Vimeo (my vimeo clips) was that it was mostly inconvenient to use the QuickTime encoder tool. I really love the DivX video encoder (that makes it easy!) and I also like Flickr's Windows application for uploading files to their server.
Previously, Vimeo is like Flickr for video clips.
Vimeo is a video sharing project by Jakob Lodwick and Zach Klein, sponsored by Connected Ventures.
We think that there is a huge future for on-line video. Because of this, we have made the decision to invest additional company resources towards developing Vimeo.com and the ideas we have regarding original and user submitted video content on the web.
--CV Internal Memo:Josh
Is Vimeo a test-of-theory from the brothers that started CollegeHumor.com to one day take on the likes of MTV and VH1?