Here’s a innovative use of the Google+ Hangout API. I’d expect to see a swarm of follow-on sites pop-up, but here’s something to think about. For those rabid fans, how cool would it be to have a hangout with the head chef from the Kraft kitchens, actors from their favorite Bravo show, or the master brewer from Guinness. It’s a great low(er)-cost way to do something v.cool for adorers.
ChefHangout is a genius use of Google+ Hangouts and could actually make money
ChefHangout is a site where chefs can charge for cooking lessons and it sits on top of the Google Hangout product. The lessons are scheduled throughout the day and can cost upwards of $20 a piece. That’s not a lot of money when you’re getting an intimate and interactive lesson from a professional chef.
– Randall Noval