Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Cool Tools Episode 21 Screencast: ShoZu

is a downloadable application which links video and photos from a mobile device to an online outlet. Using SMS messaging the application will directly upload media files to any online community of choice such as facebook, flickr, or blogger. Each post can be edited on a mobile device, or through the account online giving users the freedom to share, publish, and edit media content anywhere at anytime.

View the Screencast


Aloha said...

Great job Carissa. I thought your use of title slides and video was both creative and effective! Very informative and entertaining.

Jeffra Diane said...

I like how you include using your cellphone in the screencast. It melded in quite smoothly.

JenBerube said...

Great Screencast. Very clear and easy to follow.

David Gross said...

Nice job of demoing how to use ShoZu.

buddykat said...

Thanks, Carissa, for sharing Shozu with us. The phrase you use, "anywhere, anytime" aptly describes our social culture. From fast food to Twitter, immediacy is the trend. It's a weird analogy, but it just popped into my head. And it's not just the time factor, but the networking aspect too. I think libraries and librarians need to take these trends into account when deciding how best to offer services to patrons.