Perhaps we’ve all become a bit inured to the fact that so-called Web 2.0 services can disappear at will. I won’t bother going into the list (where is that darn list anyways?). The fact is,–organizers of–have taken their service offline…indefinitely with little notice to anyone in the hope of improvement.

Unfortunately, as drmike described, was taken offline. We’re working on a new and improved version which should be available at the end of this year or beginning of next (sooner if we can). It would be a good idea to upload any videos you need access to on a different hosting site for the time being. We definitely apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.

Hmm…anyone else having this response left in the Edublog forums?

I agree with hharvey… I had embedded my videos into websites and wikis, but do not have a list of all the videos. If we could somehow log back into our account and at least recapture them? Especially since I don’t have the originals any longer.

Pretty sad. A free service goes offline and the organizers don’t bother to tell anyone until someone complains. What a disappointing turn of events.

Thanks to ATW’s comment online.

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