Top Ten Video Sharing Websites
Ease of Use: 30 out of 30
File size/Storage limitations: 25 out of 30
Other Stuff: 39 out of 40
Total Score: 94 out of 100
VideoEgg is neck-and-neck with blip.tv for a very good reason: It, too, has an enabling technology that allows video sharing to be push-button simple on other mainstream consumer sites.
And, as the service is powered by a network of 18,000 geographically distributed Akamai Technologies Inc. (Nasdaq: AKAM) servers, the load times are delightfully slight.
Even though it is not yet a place to go watch videos, VideoEgg makes it easy to upload videos and post them on a plethora of other sites, and it provides links to uploaded videos for email and RSS feeds.
If the site is too simple for your tastes, you can experience VideoEgg's technology via AOL's video sharing service and OurStory's digital scrapbooking site as well.
We scored VideoEgg a 25 out of 30 for its restrictions on file sizes. Most of the sites that didn't have an all-you-can-eat policy didn't get perfect scores there, either. And we knocked off one point in the "other stuff" category because its distribution options, though robust, were slightly less filled-out than blip.tv's, but not much less.
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