Snapcasting Super Bowl XLIII
By drapeau on Feb 01, 2009
Last year, A friend of mine started a company called G-Snap!; a few weeks ago, I posted here about helping him "snapcast" the NCAA men's college football national championship game. He designed the application for those who weren't at a TV but wanted to keep up with an event live and to do some good old-fashioned trash talking with other fans over their Internet-connected mobile phones or anything with a Web browser, really. Anybody can create a snapcast of anything; it doesn't need to be a sports event, even. But we tried these because it's easily identifiable and has lots of built-in fans.
Today, we're about to snapcast this year's Super Bowl. Go here to follow along and check out the interface, or even if you want to comment as the game goes on.
Should be fun!
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