Miro’s a cool application that lets you watch and subscribe to millions of channels of content created by us (any video with an RSS feed, for example). You can browse through more than 4,000 channels in its directory listing. I’ve been using Miro for almost two years now (free, open source, what’s not to like?).
I interviewed Nick at the NetSquared conference in May 2008 in San Jose, Calif., was winding down, which accounts for the distracting noises in the background. (Apologies for the lighting; the aperture kept closing and opening due to a bright object in the distance. Live and learn.)
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