Wednesday, March 4, 2009


This has to be one of my favorite Web 2.0 resources to come along in a while. Not since Animoto or Diigo have I been so impressed w/ an online resource.

Fliggo is a place where people can create their own video sharing site. What makes this so attractive for education is, is that you can create your own "YouTube-type" site and customize everything.

Also, Fliggo is very user friendly. Think of a combination of Blogger and Wikipedia and you got an idea of what you're in store for. You can set your page to private so only people w/ a password/members can get in. You can turn on/off comments and set those to be approved, and you can even have a rating for each video. Nothing can be posted on your site w/out administrator approval.

I'm just waiting for feedback from Fliggo itself to determine what kind of filtering policy they have. While you can make your own site safe, I'm not sure how that pertains towards other users.

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