iCharts: Embeddable charts?

Alright, so far we have been able to embed videos, music or songs, documents and fancy widgets to web sites and blogs. Now, how about the idea of embedding interactive charts, would you like that?

Watch the following video to find out more about embeddable charts.

Take note that the charts-embedding service is provided by iCharts, a startup company currently participating in TechCrunch 50 (Conference 2008) technology conference. I wish I could provide you folks with some user feedbacks but I’m afraid that iCharts is not yet open to the public. Judges and expert panelists of TechCrunch50 seem to like iCharts but they are worried that iCharts will have a hard time competing with the existing Google Chart API.

Related Link:
TC50: iCharts Wants To Be The YouTube For Charts
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