ClipSync is a free service from that lets you watch videos with your friends, or any other group you want to put together, and send text messages to each other while you watch. You can have a dozen or hundreds of people watch a training video together, or a lecture, and send comments back and forth.

Clip Sync

The service is still in its beta testing phase, but already has more than 10,000 users after one month. It checks to see who is on any of your lists of people available for instant messaging, and you can click to send them a canned invitation to watch a video with you.

ClipSync has a nice search engine for finding videos, and those videos can come from many sources. We saw a video of Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman explaining how to manipulate single atoms. Some of the early users are teachers using the videos for instruction.

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