You know, we can write all we like about our latest launch, SayIt – but it’s often easier to understand stuff face-to-face.
So we’ll be in a Google Hangout on Thursday, 13th February at 4pm GMT, talking through SayIt’s various features and our plans for future development.
You might like to join us if you’re:
- A member of an organisation anywhere in the world, and you want to know how you can use SayIt to put transcripts online
- A developer who would like to try working with SayIt
- Someone with technical knowledge who is interested in volunteering to help us parse other people’s transcripts
- Anyone who is just plain intrigued, or has questions
What is a Hangout?
It’s a Google tool that allows people to chat from an internet browser, with video – similar to Skype, but you can access it simply by pasting a URL into your browser.
How to join
You don’t need a Google account or even a webcam to view our Hangout.
Not a good time?
Don’t worry if you can’t make it – we’ll be recording the whole chat for posterity, and we’ll post the link here once it’s available.