[Air-l] question about online teaching/learning

Maciej Kos kos at gnu.univ.gda.pl
Thu Jun 8 11:28:33 PDT 2006

It is surely helpful but I am not sure how long they will last after running
out of venture capital money. I don't see a viable business model there and
the bandwidth costs have to be enormous. Unless their business plan is similar
to flickr - waiting for being bought by yahoo! or google.

You can also check out Google Video or Meta Cafe.

BTW if you guys are looking for an inexpensive Podcast hosting, Lybsin
(www.libsyn.com/) is best.


On Thu, 08 Jun 2006 10:06:15 -0700, J. J. wrote
> Could the You Tube be one of a promising applications?
> >From their web site:
> YouTube is a place for people to engage in new ways with video by 
> sharing, commenting on, and viewing videos. YouTube originally 
> started as a personal video sharing service, and has grown into an 
> entertainment destination with people watching more than 40 million 
> videos on the site daily.
> http://youtube.com/
> Jarek
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