Friday, October 31, 2008

Reference: Internet Video Chat

Internet video finally pays off
Gongora and his wife, Diana, founded Language Assistance Telemedicine in 1999 - and spent the better part of a decade trying to find online video technology that worked. Their story is a profile in persistence. The Houston-based company tried two ineffective tech solutions before coming up with the right combination of hardware and software last year. Its 2008 revenue is projected to rise 25% - no mean feat in a downturn.

Emphasis added by me.

A very interesting story of some interest to writers and future eBook promotion.

Previously here:

How Our Future Does Things
I Am Internationally Persecuted!
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