Bubble Comment looks like a neat and simple way of sharing web sites with video comments that ‘float’ above the website.

Each comment can last for 90 seconds and is available for 30 days and/or up to 200 playbacks. You’d expect these sort of limitations from a free service. Another limitation is that you can’t just embed Bubble Comment bubbles on a page. The service creates a link that redirects people to the page and to the Bubble Comment itself. So it’s a process of recording the comment and sending the link via email, or publishing the link. Bubble Comment appears to be part of K Sherman Studios, which provides other tools including Bubble Joy and Bubble Guur, a fuller, and chargeable service. Bubble Comment could be a simple and effective way for pupils to create on-line reviews… See a quick demo here.

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