Guy Brighton
  • 21 june 2005

ClipShack, co-founded by Cynthia Francis, is shooting to do for video-sharing what sites like Ofoto and Snapfish did for photos, and make it easier for consumers to share video clips with one another.

With more video-taking capabilities popping up on tech gadgets, Francis is banking that her company is in the right business, with the right technology, at the right time, and predicts that video-sharing Web sites will soon be all the rage.

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