Twice in the Month of August Eyejot Receives Accolades from PC MAGAZINE

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4 Stars review award and a listing on PC MAGAZINE's Top Websites 2007 for Eyejot.

send yourself instead of just your words.

Eyejot, the first client-free online video mail platform, today proudly announced Eyejot has been recognized by PC Magazine twice in the month of August. Eyejot offers everyone the ability to create and receive video messages in a self-contained, spam-free environment, making it ideal for both personal and business communications.

In early August, Eyejot was reviewed by Rick Broida as part of a PC Magazine series on using your webcam. "What's better than e-mail?" Rick asks. "Video e-mail of course." Eyejot is free and there is no software to download. You can record and send video mail messages without any software. "Eyejot makes it ridiculously easy." Mr. Broida went on to give Eyejot PC Magazine's prestigious four-star rating, citing how simple and easy it is to "send yourself instead of just your words."

Again in August, PC Magazine saw fit to honor Eyejot in its special report of Top Websites for 2007. In a series of articles this summer, PC Magazine listed its favorite classic and "undiscovered" websites for 2007. As a web service newcomer for 2007, Eyejot was honored in the 2007 List of Undiscovered Websites. This is PC Magazine's list of "new and/or yet undiscovered web sites that have grabbed our attention this year", says columnist Kyle Monson. Mr. Monson goes on to say, "all of them deserve your bookmarks."

"We're thrilled that Eyejot has received accolades from such a well respected publication as PC Magazine," said David Geller, CEO of Eyejot. "Twice in the month of August is a great recognition. Their enthusiasm for webcams and Eyejot portends the growth of video mail as a daily communication service for anyone connected to the web!"

About Eyejot:
Eyejot is the first, comprehensive, client-free online video messaging platform ideal for both personal and business communications. It offers everyone the ability to create and receive video messages in a self-contained, spam-free environment. With no client to install, you can start using Eyejot immediately with any browser, on any platform. It even features built-in support for iTunes™ (and iPods™), mobile devices and social networks like MySpace™. We'd call it video email, except it's better! More information and the ability to sign up for a free account can be found at:

For More Information, contact:
Brian Byrne, Eyejot, Inc.


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