Among the dozen or so online video start-ups that launched at the DEMO conference this Monday is Squidcast, a personal file-sharing solution for home video enthusiasts. The personal P2P space is already crowded and has proven to be tough to monetize, but Squidcast hopes its unique features geared towards the exchange of HD video content will help it make the cut.

Squidcast is still in private beta, with a public launch being planed for the end of February. I had a chance to test the service today. It had some bugs, which was to be expected, but the whole thing also made me wonder: Where’s the ink? Continue reading at

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