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AOL goes to Flex

Posted by Charles | September 28, 2007 .

bluestring-logoAOL launched a new Flex based product called Bluestring at recent TechCrunch 40 conference. BlueString is a free online service that allows you to preserve and share your memories in a whole new way. You can store, create and share your photos, videos and music – all from one place. At BlueString, you can combine these different media to create multimedia shows to share with friends and family.

 You can upload the most common video, image, and audio file formats to BlueString. The list below should help you.  The largest allowed file size is 50 megabytes (MB).
Video: MPG, MPEG4, AVI, FLV, WMV, MOV, 3GP, 3GP2
Audio: MP3
Image: JPG, JPEG, GIF, PNG

bluestring AOL goes to Flex

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  1. Renaun Erickson  September 28, 2007 9:44 am

    AOL owns Userplane, which has been doing Flex a while.

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