I sat down with Ian from Radar.net to have a little demonstration of the site. There has been so much that has gone on with it since I did a little review of it months and months ago on Flatwater Tech.

Here are some of the videos.

Although we had some difficulties during the interview I later determined that they were all because of the limited cell service in the convention center. We had a weird dead spot for cell phones. But today I took and posted a new image.

I so need a new camera phone! My Treo 650 is crap.

Man, people at CollegeFest have been so awesome. I have had a great time talking with people and blogging the event. I interviewed quite a few people and had such a fun time. I’m off to see Whitestarr perform.


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4 Responses to “Interview with Ian from Radar.net”

  1. bharadwaj says:

    Whats in that pic? I dont see it..

    btw, i went to radar.com and then to radar.net,
    It looks like a nice service and is still in beta.
    May be they can add up more feature later.

  2. Drew says:

    The picture sucks because of MY camera, not the radar.net service. I am getting a new cameraphone soon. Beta is a good time to get into something like Radar.net. They have some good services on the way soon. I’ll be doing a full review of the site and services soon.

  3. barath says:

    NO, i was not complaining..
    i was just mentioning.

    I would like to share pictures like this.
    sounds almost good!! 🙂

  4. Drew says:

    Um, okay. Didn’t say you were complaining, just defending radar.net as to the poor quality of the images, that is my fault not the service.

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