I was interviewed by David Lee, founder of video interview site wetoku, this morning about the forthcoming BlogTalk 2009 in Korea.
(I apologise for the echo, I didn’t have any headphones so was causing some feedback.)
wetoku is a very interesting service that anyone can use, whereby interviews are simply carried out through a web browser that requests a connection to your webcam and mike. It shows the interviewer on one side and the interviewee on the other, and in a backchannel, the interviewee can ask questions of the interviewer via a text box (for clarifications, etc.: these are not shown in the final video). A nice review of wetoku was recently published on Read/Write Web. You can also follow @wetoku on Twitter.
2 thoughts on “Interview with wetoku about BlogTalk 2009 (Jeju, Korea) and social software”
OH, I feel the effect of video interview is good, much better than my area.
David Lee is Chinese?