Vimeo: FlickR for Video

It’s frustrating and lame to always explain the new in terms of the old, but FlickR for video is the easiest way to describe Vimeo. They have a ways to go in implementing all of their ideas, but the site is suggestive of some of the possibilities of sharing large collections of video clips, and producing new movies through assembly of others works. And that may be the big difference between photo and video sharing: assembly of clips seems to be more important for moving images than for stills.

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