Every once in a while a technology comes along that captures my attention and I start using it. In early 2007 it was Twitter. I immediately saw something in it—the way you could quickly get started, the instant gratification and the fluid conversation. I quickly dubbed it a "conversation ecosystem". Today, I just spent less than 10 minutes of my time playing with Bubble Comment. While I can't predict it's success—there is something here.
In mere seconds, anyone has the ability to leave a video comment on most sites. Here you can see that I've left a video comment on Seth Godin's blog (which ironically does not allow comments).
Will this new service alter our behavior? I really don't know. But it has a few things going for it:
4. Ease of use
And as Stacey pointed out, this type of application could come in handy for deaf individuals (you can use sign language). Most importantly, it put a face, voice and personality to this whole Web 2.0 game. And as you already know, giving people a voice goes far nowadays.