Monday, May 19, 2008


Shotscreen goes for sale. Shotscreen is one of my projects that was raised from the raw idea, ready for a beta release now and it is going for sale.

Shotscreen is an online screen casting. It's written in PHP and Java. It can work on any platform that has JVM (Java Virtual Machine) installed, it could be either Windows, Mac or Linux (or any other Unix flavors, you pick one).

..."Do you want to create a demo video for your Web site? Are you developing a help guide for your service and want to make it easier to use and understand? Are you working with customers trouble issues and want to get a better feedback from them? You need a screencast. What is a screencast? Wikipedia says: a screencast is a digital recording of computer screen output, also known as a video screen capture, often containing audio narration. Just as a screenshot is a picture of a user's screen, a screencast is essentially a movie of what a user sees on their monitor. We can help you to make it easy, intuitive and hassle-free. You will get your screencast recorded and uploaded within few clicks. You can download it to your computer. And you can share it with anyone"...

Why Shotscreen is good? ..."This is a dedicated service for creating, managing and sharing screen casts online.
  • No software needs to be installed. All you need is a Web browser.
  • No worries about expensive storage and maintenance. Servers can be a headache and it's on us!
  • No charges for network bandwidth or computer time.
  • No compatibility issues. Our service works on Mac's, PC's, Linux'es and even something else.
  • No training needed. Our site is easy and straight forwarded. Our support is always here to help you."...
I'm completely out of time to keep it on track and I don't want to leave it as-is.

Either the domain name or a whole Shotscreen project are open for bids. I'll consider any reasonable proposition.

If you'd like to try Shotscreen first, the invitiation code is a bosstalks08. I don't remember how many slots are left free, so feel free to ping me back if it doesn't work for you (I'll issue you a new one).

Once again, I'm open to any reasonable proposition and I will consider domain purchase only propositions as well.

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