From Online Media Daily, YouTube, the popular user-generated video content site has finally enabled a feature that should have been part of their feature set for ages; the ability to upload videos directly from your phone or handheld device.
Service which is currently available only on Cingular, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon requires that users have mobile phones that are capable of taking video and sending multimedia messaging service, or MMS, messages.
Personally, I’m curious to see how the nature of the content changes with the adoption of their feature. I expect we’ll see more spontaneous content as well (unfortunately) as more bathroom humor type stuff.
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