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June 27, 2007

My first published Yodio Card

Last year I was introduced to David Jennings, the founder of a new startup company.  David and I hit it off, and his company, Yodio, soon became a customer of Gold Systems.  So what's a Yodio?  Think of it as a photo gallery that you can call from your mobile phone and narrate your own descriptions of your trip, your party, your photograph - whatever you want.

I should say that David hasn't yet deployed the nice speech recognition system that we built for him to the public, so if you try Yodio out, you are getting the original prototype touch-tone system.  Sorry about that, but I can't wait to write about it.

Once you've recorded a Yodio, you can email it, post it to a blog or post it to their marketplace where someone might even pay you for it.

Here's my first published Yodio based on a photograph I took this winter.  Click on the "yo" button to view and "hear" my photograph.  (If you are reading this from an RSS reader, just go to my blog to see the photograpy and to play the Yodio Card.)



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Great example of a "value" audio nugget, Terry.

I am also happy to report we are wrapping up our testing of the new voice system and hope to deploy it very soon for others to try out, in addition to other great features.

Thanks for your continued support!

Posted by: David Jennings | Jun 27, 2007 3:55:01 PM

This is so cool, Terry! I love it, and I want to try it, and I'm not even a techie person. Thank you, Terry, and thank you, David.

Posted by: Verna Wilder | Jun 30, 2007 11:25:09 AM