LOS ANGELES, CA — April 28, 2008 — InstantConference, the fast, reservationless audio conferencing solution, teamed up with well–known technology blogger Paul Kapustka to host interviews with key technology news makers in the Blogtropol.us lounge at Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco. Using InstantConference’s free recording and MP3 file downloading capabilities, instant “podcasts” were created on–the–fly during interviews and posted immediately online for playback, or by accessing a call–back number to listen in by phone.
“InstantConference embodies the whole concept of Web 2.0 by increasing collaboration and communication among online users,” said Alex Cory, CEO of parent company Global Conference Partners. “Our technology continues to evolve, focusing on ‘user–managed’ communications serving social networks and blogging communities, with simple automated tools that are free or very low cost.”
Alex Cory’s interview with Paul Kapustka can be heard anytime 24/7 by dialing 1–218–936–7903 and then entering access code 695595, or by accessing the podcast here.
Blogtropol.us serves as the social hub for bloggers and media-makers at Web 2.0 Expo, to keep their audiences trained on the pulse of the Web ecosystem and the builders of the next generation of the Internet Revolution.
InstantConference is the fast, dedicated, on–demand audio conference service that facilitates instant group communication and conferencing anytime. InstantConference offers valuable features and unique management tools that are not available with other reservationless conferencing services, including free recording, multiple access codes and post–conference summary reports. InstantConference is a service of Global Conference Partners™, the innovator of free conference calls and leaders in simple, convenient and reliable low–cost web and audio conference services For more information visit: www.instantconference.comwww.globalconferencepartners.com