GabSight, LLC today announced the unveiling of two new features to the company's free video email services. Accessible at www.freegabmail.com, GabMail(TM) and GabJam(TM) will now provide users the ability to embed their video recordings into any web page and to flag dubious content while at the same time instantly 'cloaking' the offending video. This unique cloaking process alerts GabSight to potentially objectionable material and permanently renders that content inaccessible on the reporting computer.
With no software download or user registration, GabMail(TM) and GabJam(TM) enable anyone with a webcam or video camera the ability to freely send, reply to and forward unlimited numbers of video messages to anyone with an email address. The company's social networking site will launch in February 2007 at www.gabsight.com.
CEO and co-founder Mark Lipsky views the new features as an example of the company's user-first attitude. Explains Lipsky, "There are many sites that enable users to flag questionable content, but no other site instantly resolves the issue for the complaining user. Anyone who is concerned enough to give us feedback will never see that specific content again. In the meantime, we investigate the complaint and take any appropriate measures."
The new embedding feature at GabMail(TM) and GabJam(TM) is also a cut above. A user who requests code for their web page is also provided with a user-defined color frame and an optional, user-defined title for their video.
Among the many competitive advantages of GabMail(TM) and GabJam(TM) are an exclusive ability to thread video messages so that each video in a conversation remains available with a single click; a collaborative and viral component that can speed messages around the globe in minutes; and the most secure video email architecture available.
A demo of GabMail(TM) in action can be found at:
About GabSight(TM) LLC
GabSight(TM) LLC was founded in April 2006 by CEO Mark Lipsky and co-founder Paul Langer with the intent of creating free, easy-to-use online tools that provide users with great utility and power. The company's twin video email services, GabMail(TM) and GabJam(TM), require neither download nor registration. They enable anyone with a webcam or video camera the ability to send, reply to and forward unlimited numbers of video messages to anyone with an email address. The company's social networking site will launch in February 2007. Lipsky is a former executive of Miramax Films and Lot 47 Films, cable TV networks Bravo and The Independent Film Channel, and multimedia search service Singingfish.com, now an AOL company. Langer is the former President and COO of Langer, Inc (NASDAQ: GAIT), a co-founder of Benefoot, Inc., and is currently CEO of Zero Footprint Solutions, a provider of fundamental Internet technology.
Martin Levy Public Relations