A new social media mobile video service called Qik.com is starting to build some momentum amongst the tech early adopters.
It only works on Nokia phones right now, but here's how it works. You install Qik on to your handset and you get a “Qik” icon in your apps folder. Then you turn it on and it connects your phone video camera live, with just a few seconds delay, to the web via your Qik page (www.qik.com/blah). Then you can embed your Qik vids to your blog, social network or wherever. Sounds a bit mental that you can stream video from a mobile to the web in such an amateur and social way.
I can really see bedroom bloggers, music fans and the web conference junkies using this site. I'm not going to be using this service myself right now as I don't have a Nokia, but here are a few reviews.
[Scoble: Freaking amazing. Wait until I hook this sucker up with Twitter]
[CrunchBase: Company review]