Screenr Request

Challenge:  We would like to enjoy the tutorials and wealth of other tips available on Screenr.com, however our corporate IT/security department will not allow an exception to white-list the site because the screencasting capability (read as: worried about security)

Solution/Suggestion: Offer the screencasting ability on separate webpages from the ability to view screencasts.

Rationale: IT claims that because the screencast ap is on the main page of the site, they cannot grant access to "only view" the vids.

Anyone else experience this?

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