Video conferencing today is broken: typically requiring cumbersome downloads, logins, and endless contact lists, it too often becomes a service that is slow and unreliable.
Enter tinychat. Tinychat delivers dead simple video conferences without the extraneous ad-ons and inconvenience, making video conferencing an accessible, uncomplicated experience. It works on Windows, Mac and Linux; with Firefox, IE, Safari, and Chrome; and there is a version available for iPhones. You can have up to twelve people in a room with HQ video, protected by passwords and moderators, share your desktop with them, and your conferences can be recorded and embedded on your website. But the best news is this -- we can provide all of these awesome features in a package that is attractive, streamlined, and easy to understand. You can also embed your chatroom on your blog, MySpace, personal site and many other portals. And, you can invite people through simple mail notification and twitterings.
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