One of my Fuel friends Princesse Ecossaise of La Bell Saison posted a Voice Thread on her blog. What is a Voice Thread, it is a wicked cool enhancement to your blog and the experience of your readers. Here is an example of one of the first one that I have made.

Here are some of the cool features.

Recording your own Voice Threads.

  • Sign up is free
  • You can connect Voice Thread to your Flickr account to import images easily.
  • You can record voice to each image you post.
  • You can annotate the images by drawing with various colors. You can add text and then draw on your own images when you record them.
  • You can determine how long your record for and then you can zoom in and out on your images.
  • You can add titles to your images and links as well.

Responding to other Voice Thread Recordings.

  • Sign up is free
  • Your response is in your own voice.
  • You can add text and you can draw on images that others have posted.
  • You can connect to friends through Voice Thread.

Take this site for a test drive and look me up. I use the user name BenSpark.


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No Responses to “Web 2.0: Voice Thread”

  1. website copywriter says:

    Voice Thread — interesting concept. I don’t believe I’ve ever heard of this before until now. Thanks for the helpful info!

  2. Drew says:

    It is actually pretty fun. I like this new site a whole bunch.

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