The core concept of Know About It is surfacing interesting content that flows through your social streams in the form of links. Some of those links that come through your streams are videos, and if you spend any time checking Twitter or Facebook on you mobile phone or at work, chances are you skip over watching those videos in real time. I found myself missing out on lots of interesting content friends were sharing with me because it just wasn’t the right time for me to fire up YouTube. That’s what Know About It’s video section is all about.
Under the browse section, Videos extracts all of the YouTube clips that flow through your various sources and puts them all into one place organized chronologically. This is your personal web TV station.
Recently I caught Howard Stern’s appearance on David Letterman:
Like all other results, we show you how and when this video made it into your collection along with all the context associated with it.
What cool stuff have you watched that you wouldn’t have otherwise?