Hobo Traveler Live Webcam at Travel destinations by Andy Lee Graham a perpetual traveler for over 14 years and 90 countries. (Membership Required)
Fri, 13 Jan 2012 00:48:22
Who: Andy Lee Graham will run the web cam.
QUESTIONS Please record video questions with web cam or cell phone and send to:
questions01 @ hobotraveler.com
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I am Andy Lee Graham, the chief Travel Writer / Blogger for HoboTraveler.com.
I want to make a special experience for my readers, I want to give you a live tour of the country I am in, allow you to ask questions, me to answer questions. This is confusing and complicated, but that is the goal. You can help by telling me what you want to see on this web cam? There are people who want to learn how to travel, like my gear, their are others who want to see tourist attractions.
We have purchased a wireless web cam, and with my USB Wireless Internet access, which cost about 150-300 USD per month, I hope to be able to take this live web cam anywhere in any country. Please be patient, we are working on this, there are many problems to solve.
I am on a USB Wireless Modem, the cost is 3 USD per hour.
Andy Lee Graham in Sosua or Montellano, Dominican Republic in the Carribean.
Webcams will become part of the normal life of tourists and travelers, please help by writing articles explaining your live webcam. Andy Lee Graham the founder of HoboTraveler.com and writer of the HoboTraveler.com Travel Blog has one you may watch:
Notes on how to broadcast a good live webcam:
1. Need to have about three extra lights in room.
2. Open your webcam streaming program in a different browswer than you use, for example, I am regularly on Internet Explorer, yet I am using Mozilla Firefox to open "LiveStream.com."
3. Temporary files will eat your computer, you need crap cleaner to clean.
4. Putting music on when not in session.
5. How to allow viewers to communicate?
Webcam Defined: A webcam is a video camera that feeds its images in real time to a computer or computer network, often via USB, ethernet, or Wi-Fi.