Hi Ryan,

It is so funny you bring that up because I almost hate using the 
analogy since at this point the term has been boiled to a cliche.  
What we are doing is considerably different, but the point is that I 
can use the term without giving anything away as it is almost a 
generic term.  To your point, nothing precludes Flickr from adding 
support for video, but my guess is that there is a lot more picture 
centric functionality for them to add first.

Thanks for the well wishes.  Best to you as well.


--- In videoblogging@yahoogroups.com, Ryan Ozawa <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 
> This isn't anywhere near relevant to what you're seeking, Mark, 
but it
> did get me to thinking about all the different services in place 
> that I've seen referred to as "Flickr for Video."
> Mefeedia, Vimeo, and YouTube all seem to have been given that 
label by
> others, as well as Flickr itself, of course, wherein Caterina has
> mentioned (some time ago) wanting to add video support to their 
> Seem to me that "cool video site" could have been Flickr's 
> to lose.  I hope it's high on their development wishlist.  It might
> require settling on a Flash conversion system like YouTube.com and
> Audioblog.com for bandwidth and video compatibility, though...
> Good luck in your endeavor, Mark!
> Ryan

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