YouTube leads us to GodTube


TechCrunch has the news this morning that a new network is being created to share online videos with a Christian theme:

“We wrote about the YouTube clones for pornography, so to even out our karma level we need to mention GodTube, a YouTube like Flash video sharing site focusing on using ‘technology to connect Christians for the purpose of encouraging and advancing the Gospel worldwide.’ So when they say God, they specifically mean Jesus Christ and Christianity and not just any God that someone might believe in.

Don’t try to upload non-Christian video to the site. GodTube relies on the ‘vigilance’ of members to quickly flag inappropriate content. That, combined with their ‘proprietary technology’ helps them enforce their community standards.”

Witness the power of the Internet to make it easy for people to publish their creations and then have them found by interested parties. Cool!

Read the rest here: Well, Now We Have GodTube

(Via TechCrunch.)

The Author

Episcopal bishop, dad, astronomer, erstwhile dancer...