5 person video chat

ROI_MultiVid Yesterday, on a train to Zurich, a Dutchman named Ap asked me if a 8-person video chat was possible. I told him no, not yet. However, I just found a 5-person video chat software that is not only cheap ($40) but also operates in Dutch.
What does this mean for church? Maybe it means that when 2 or 3 come together, with a video cam, and they hook up with 4 other groups of 2-3 people with a video cam, then they really can have a small group meeting on the internet, no matter where they live. Will it be as good as a real live group meeting? Of course not. But it might be helpful for an occasional global connection without having to travel to each others cities. ispq.com is the site. Thanks Jason


Andrew Jones launched his first internet space in 1997 and has been teaching on related issues for the past 20 years. He travels all the time but lives between Wellington, San Francisco and a hobbit home in Prague.

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  • shelley says:

    hello andrew. i don’t have a comment regarding your blog. just wanted to tell you that after greg and jared helped us paint we sat around visiting and totally remembered you helping us paint in texas. it was a sweet time and fun to recapture it. we miss you guys.

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