I have written several times about the unique power and promise of video in the social networking context.
Several new services -- including SightSpeed's very own Vlip (www.vlip.com) -- harness video to give users new power to express themselves and interact with others with video ... anytime and from anywhere (including off the desktop and from their mobile phones). The New York Times today has an interesting story in this regard.
Vlip too soon will give Vlippers the power to easily post their Vlips and share them with others directly from their mobile phones.
Stay tuned ...