[Web 2.0] Today, Oosah, a new media files management site is launching at Web 2.0 conference. I got a demo from Mike Duggan, COO, and Dan Khasis, co-founder and CTO. I already published about a similar service that was launched at DEMO: Joggle. Joogle is still not available to the public. I like Oosah because it saves us time: you know how painful it is to spend time uploading media files on the web, so having a good interface that allows users to do it easily only once for a bunch of websites (e.g. Facebook, Flickr, Picasa, YouTube), that’s great! It is compatible with PC, Mac and Internet enabled mobile phones.
You can try it, it’s free (up to 2 GB of storage).
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