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Keycast is live, replayable blogging. Everything you type is immediately visible to viewers. Typos, Freudian slips, everything else — if you type it, they'll see it. After casting, you'll be able to replay that cast just as if it were happening live. Just share a link and it'll all be there, ready to be lived or relived at any moment.

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Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
This reminds me of a project that @kevinrose, @hemeon, @zinssmeister worked on a few years ago (which I don't think ever launched):
Bjoern ZinssmeisterHiring@zinssmeister · Co-founder of Templarbit
@kevinrose @hemeon @rrhoover you are right, what we prototyped was never released but it was pretty cool especially on mobile 🤓
Alan Houser@pixelmelter · Founder - Designer at Squareflair
I’ve wanted this for video production before— for on screen annotations. The “made by a human” part is key.
Sam Christie@samchristie · Social Media Manager
This looks like it would be extremely cool for some type of hypertext fiction.
Eduardo@hombrelobo · Viajero
Good idea, but .... In Spanish, the accents dissapear and make the words look funny. And in some cases, there are also certain letters that are not recorded if I type fast. My first cast: https://www.keycast.live/eduardo...
Alex MacArthurMaker@amacarthur · Just a hungry front end developer.
@hombrelobo THANK YOU for letting me know about this! I'll put that on my list of things to explore. I appreciate you trying it out!
Allwyn Fernandes@allwynpfr · Projector at Side
Hey @amacarthur, looks cool! What would's the application you have in mind? Like, where do you wish to take this? just curious :)
Alex MacArthurMaker@amacarthur · Just a hungry front end developer.
@allwynpfr Great question! Honestly, right now, I'm kind of curious just to see how it fits in the marketplace. I originally imagined it be used by social commentators and mainstream bloggers as a creative, vulnerable, raw way to share content with followers. But as I get more and more feedback, I can see it being received differently than that... not sure what to expect at this point! Until that "fit" happens, I'll be ready to pivot and adapt as needed.