Skype is one of those new fangled things that have been around for years and is finally finding general use. I use Skype video conferencing to do face-to-face business meetings every day with clients and suppliers in far-off places like Brisbane, Birmingham and Moscow. And Adelaide, Seattle and Dallas…and Las Vegas…
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I look forward to the day when I can do business in Roanoke, Salem, and Christiansburg from my Floyd workshop without driving an hour or more over mountain roads.
Skype is free, for now at least, and you should look into it if you have high speed Internet and would like the convenienceof face-to-face communication with people who are important to you.
Instant video conferencing lets you build tight relationships with like-minded people. I am already looking forward to my next smartphone which will give me mobile Skype video conferencing when I am out of my office.