From Livevideo to Stickam to BlogTV, JustinTV, and soon to be in this growing live casting orgy Youtube LIVE. It seems as though there is a purpose for those webcams other then aol and skype sessions.
Take for starters Stickam.com (www.stickam.com), a live video-streaming community that you can chat live via group or private with your webcam. No web-cam, no worries, you still can instant message share videos and photos just like myspace.
Some of you may think this is a waist of time. "Like why would I want to chat with friends and strangers live on a webcam?" Well it must be a big deal if Youtube - the monster of video communities (with over 60,000,000 unique visitors) wants to go LIVE! Then again I guess you can't photoshop a live video stream. What you see is what you get.
So Jetsons, whats next huh? We already have a mobile video conferencing feature (Check out the Nokia N93). What about a mobile live video community conferencing feature? A mobile application for stickam where multiple people from their laptops at Starbucks and on their N-Series phones can stream live?
Make sure Scott you send me check for that idea. Haha just kidding. (no I'm not.)
Recommended movie for tonight - Cruel Intentions