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There is a lot of value in doing things from the browser:

  • You don't need to download a thing
  • Theoretically, it works across operating systems
  • Theoretically, it works for PCs as well as mobile handsets
  • You can "widgetize" it and deploy it across multiple sites, mesh it up with other data services, etc.

There is a lot of talk these days about the real-time web: instant updates, instant notifications, instant everything. But, for some reason, this real-timeliness isn't about bi-directional video. You can do something close by streaming video in both directions, but it won't be the same.

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Recent Comments

  • I think you raise some very good questions, but I read more
  • Tsahi Levent-Levi: That's a good question. I'd say that the opinions on read more
  • Interesting post. I agree that it's not just niche apps read more
  • Tsahi Levent-Levi: Nick, While I think you are correct in your general read more
  • Web Based TV is the future. No set top box. read more
  • Videoconferencing will never replace all in-person meetings. There are times read more
  • karleen: Hi Tsahi! Thanks for the post! It was very insightful! read more
  • I read your December 31, 2008 preview of the tiny read more

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