It's more or less a done deal. Now the speculation turns to whether or not this changes the web video landscape for other video sites... and yes, they do exist. Some financial experts are predicting that this will hurt, or even dry up, the market for internet Goliaths acquiring smaller, independent sites, but I'm guessing it's more likely that the small sites could be hurt by larger concerns simply launching their own, slicker, better-funded clones. We'll see.
I'm curious as to what subjects you would like to hear about. I'm not sure how many folks are reading our posts, but we're open to sharing information on pretty much any visual-communication topic... and can always use suggestions. Feel free to post a comment and we'll do our best to accommodate.
We have some cool web video projects on the horizon, some that have the potential to be really fun and interesting. Plus, we've been meeting with a terrific new partner organization, and we're excited about the potential to take video-based messaging to a new level. Good things are brewing!