Posted on Tuesday, May 8th, 2007 by Roy Pessis
If you are a Web 2.0 enthusiast you, probably, have already heard of Joost. The Web 2.0 version of your home television.
For those of you that don’t know what joost is, here is a quick explanation.
Joost is a new way of watching TV on the internet. With Joost, you get all the things you love about TV, including a high-quality full-screen picture, hundreds of full-length shows and easy channel-flipping.
You get great internet features too, such as search, chat and instant messaging, built right into the program – so you find shows quickly and talk to your friends while you watch. And with no schedules to worry about, you can watch whatever you want, whenever you like – as often as you want. Joost is completely free, and works with most modern PCs and Intel Mac-based computers with a broadband connection.
Sounds good? So how can you get in with the fun. Currently joost is in beta invitation only. But lucky you, I have some invites to give away for free.
Just leave a comment to this message, and the invite will be on it’s way.
How can you thank? Your thank could be by spreading the word about the invites so more people can be reached and they can also receive the invitation. An easy way to spread the word is by Stumble (Clicking “I like it!“) on this post or digging this post up the digg ladder.
Please, do not forget to provide your valid e-mail address in the comment form. This way I will still be able to see it and your privacy will be protected.
540 invites have been sent till today, and there are enough invites for everyone to enjoy. Don’t be skeptical, leave a message and in a few hours the invite will be in your mail.