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Press Release Category Computers - Internet - DV Cards Release Date: March 10, 2009

New Service Allows Web Surfers to Record Their Own Free Video Greeting Cards


By DV Cards
March 10, 2009
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With DV Cards (http://dvcards.com) and your webcam, you can now record your own videos with out any special software and send them to just about anyone who has a browser.

PR9.NET March 10, 2009 - Philadlephia, PA - Draiocht LLC is pleased to announce the release of DV Cards ( http://dvcards.com ), a new free online service that takes electronic greeting cards to the next level. DV Cards allows anyone with a webcam to record and send their video greeting cards to anyone with an email address, browser and internet connection.

One of the difficulties many people with webcams have is how to send videos to others without webcam software, and sometimes without the computer literacy to install complicated software. Webcams often come with bundled applications for recording and sending videos to others, but how many people will open suspect large attachments in their email these days? DV Cards breaks down the technology barrier allowing people to very simply send video greetings to just about anyone. Did your grandparents finally get a computer to manage their affairs; do want to send them a video of the kids? DV Cards makes it painless.


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Phone 408-735-8808
Website http://www.DVcards.com
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About DV Cards

It's time to allow web surfers to create their own video messages and send them as cards. Why type a message when you can say it and show it?

I have many different audiences in mind for DV Cards™, however one that I am most interested in helping is the elderly. Of course, many elderly people will not have webcams set up on their computers, or have much knowledge as to how to interact with other people's webcams; however more and more members of the now adult Generation X have been buying and setting up basic computers on broadband to assist their parents in keeping in touch, and managing bills and accounts online. When you send a DV Card™ to someone, they do not need a webcam, or any significant computer skills. All they have to do is click a link in their email to see your creation. What better way to interact with your elders from far away.


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