A storm chaser friend of mine, Douglas Kiesling, is attempting an across-country live streaming trip (the first such ever broadcast on YouTube) from New York to California this weekend. You can watch it live here:
Being the resident gadget guy here at AccuWeather.com, this fascinates me. I've always been interested in streaming live video on the Internet, all the way back to the late 1990s when I did a proof of concept webcam that uploaded a static image from the iPaq in my shirt pocket every minute. I also just visited New York City last month, so it is interesting to watch them drive through there.
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