Have I told you about ooVoo
I don't work for the company and there's no financial incentive for me to promote this, but I'm going to tell you about ooVoo because it's an amazing tool for communication over the internet.
I first used ooVoo when I participated in "My ooVoo Chat" back in February of this year. A short video featuring the conversations (including mine) can be seen here: My ooVoo Day Recap.
Since then, I've used it to conduct business and chat with friends. During one BookHands meeting, we used ooVoo to connect with a BookHands member in another state.
Yesterday, I discovered yet another neat use of ooVoo--internet access!
Let me explain.
I was on Twitter and explaining that I attempted to lipread my way through the Today show interview online about Moms who blog as it wasn't captioned. There was a lot of Twitter chatter about Heather Armstrong, a featured blogger and the interaction with Kathie Lee Gifford on the show.
Out of the blue, Codadiva, twittered:
We connected on ooVoo and she interpreted the entire video segment. How cool was that? A big thanks!
Here's to ooVoo and all the connections that are possible with it.