I figured okay, I'll check out the hype and upload the latest Jays football video to You Tube instead of Google Video. As I get signed up and go to the upload screen the first thing I am met with is a popup that says there is a 100mb limit. Okay, one more reason I don't fully understand the hype it gets over Google Video, and why Google of all companies would then purchase it. I guess the same can be said for MySpace over Windows Live Spaces, Orkut, Blogger, etc. What is it about similar things that might draw such a crowd to one versus another? Oh well. Video has been posted to Google until I have one under a 100mb, at which time I might try out the You Tube account that I signed up for.
I would say that word of mouth by kids does play into the market more than it use to as the Internet allows kids a much bigger audience than they once had.