TalkShoe Based on Technology Built for NASA

| Author: Dave Nelsen | In Announcements, In The News, What's New Print This Post

TalkShoe is a wonderful way to actually talk with your online groups… or to broadcast yourself to the world. If you haven’t visited in a while, check out all of the latest features at www.talkshoe.com including:

:arrow: A one-click version of TalkShoe Live (no download required);
:arrow: Guest participation (no sign-up required);
:arrow: Host controls to block and enable text chat (in addition to voice);
:arrow: Phone-only request to talk (*8);
:arrow: Fully integrated Facebook application;
:arrow: Badges and players for your blog, your website, MySpace, Ning, etc.;
:arrow: A last episode player; and lots more.

By popular demand, we’ll be adding 33% more telephone ports so that every call can have up to 300 simultaneous callers (by September 30).

As a bonus for everyone who’s read this far, the first 25 people who send email to daven@talkshoe.com indicating their Call ID will get a free “Featured” listing on TalkShoe for the next 30 days. Have fun talking!

Dave

P.S - Oh, you’re still wondering about the NASA connection? The voice technology at the core of TalkShoe was developed by Compunetix for NASA to do space shuttle mission control with up to 4,000 callers per conference. Later, it was expanded to support up to 10,000 callers per conference. As TalkShoe hosts look to do ever larger calls, we’ll open up even more than 300 simultaneous phone ports per call. Just keep building your audiences. :cool:

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