DimDim, A Free Web Conferencing Service Where You Can Share Your Desktop With Anyone!

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  1. Jonah says:

    Hi AN Jay,

    This is Jonah and I’m with Yugma.
    For developers and designers in need of an easy to use, cost effective and reliable online meeting solution visit www.yugma.com and try us out. Yugma is a Java-based web conferencing and online meeting service that is for everyone (Mac, Windows and Linux users). We encourage you and your readers to try out our service. Our Personal version is FREE forever to use for desktop sharing and allows you to invite up to 10 attendees at anytime.

    After signing up, you’ll be able test drive Yugma Professional and use the full set of collaboration tools for 15 days. If you like our approach to instant meetings and interactive collaboration you can upgrade for as little as $9.95/mth.

    Note: Your guests can join a Yugma meeting using our View Only viewer – no Yugma download is required. They can join as a viewer by clicking “Join a Session” on our website, then selecting the View Only button.

    If you have any comments or suggestions, we’d love to hear from you (email to: info@yugma.com). Many thanks!

  2. Andrew Donnelly says:

    Hi AN Jay,
    Would you be interested in taking a look at Mikogo, a free tool for online meetings, Web presentations, group collaboration and remote support? http://www.mikogo.com
    Mikogo allows you to share your desktop live over the Internet, while your meeting participants watch all your screen actions and applications in real time (eg. writing a word document, PDFs, websites, photos, etc). Very easy to use, no configurations, no network/firewall changes required, and no installation for participants.
    We’re working on the next version which will include even further features for free.
    It would be great if were interested in trying out Mikogo. Free for anyone to use and available from our homepage. Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you would like more info.

    Cheers,

    Andrew
    The Mikogo Team
    andrew(at)mikogo.com

  3. thunderror says:

    “User not created.. check logs.User could not be created, Please try again”
    even though everything is ok, this is the error msg I get…what a lame service..

  4. Kevin Micalizzi, Community Mgr, Dimdim Free Web Conferencing says:

    Thanks for the great post about Dimdim. It’s pretty easy to get started with Dimdim, but if anyone has questions, I’m at kevin (at) dimdim (dot) com. Thanks!

  5. kenneth says:

    Thanks a lot for the help with dimdim.

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  7. Kelsey C says:

    I use free web conferencing for my own personal use, but the company I work for does large web conferences so they opted for RHUB Web Conferencing (http://rhubcom.com/v4/web_conferencing/home.html ). It is a great application.

  8. TechnoSays says:

    Share your desktop with your employee or clients or customer or friends to have visual communication with your desktop works http://hakeemit.blogspot.com/2010/11/share-remote-desktop-online-for-free.html

  9. Tom Kean says:

    Hello, check out www.BuddyMeeting.com which is a Free and easy online collaboration website.

    Tommy K