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Check out TimeTube, a mashup from San Francisco startup Dipity, which makes an interactive timeline out of any YouTube keyword. Videos are embedded directly into the timeline on the dates they were added. I’m a little unclear on what garners more emphasis within the timeline– it […]

Check out TimeTube, a mashup from San Francisco startup Dipity, which makes an interactive timeline out of any YouTube keyword. Videos are embedded directly into the timeline on the dates they were added. I’m a little unclear on what garners more emphasis within the timeline– it doesn’t appear to be number of views. Anyways, then you can grab whatever you make and embed it directly in your blog.

Would have been great to have this for our Rickroll timeline last month!

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  1. William Garrett Thursday, May 8, 2008

    This is awesome!! Spears falls apart on there… poor britney!

  2. Microchunk.TV » Blog Archive » Timetube Test Thursday, May 8, 2008

    [...] NewTeeVee, we discovered this YouTube keyword timeline creation tool from Dipity. It’s pretty, I [...]

  3. Marshall Kirkpatrick Friday, May 9, 2008

    Love it when it works, but it only worked once for me and is now broken :(

  4. Derek Dukes Friday, May 9, 2008

    Marshall, sorry you were having problems, we’ve added more servers and it should be golden now.

  5. Bob Boynton Friday, May 9, 2008

    This looks like a specialized version of xtimeline, which lets you import all sorts of files and provide additional information about the file on the timeine. So there are several ways xtimeline is different. But the interface for moving through the timeline looks like the interface for xtimeline.

  6. Video browsing with a timeline – makes sense Tuesday, May 13, 2008

    [...] NewTeeVee have a post on a great mashup idea from Dipity. Adding the element of time into navigation, not just sorting results by date but displaying them on an actual timeline that the user controls. The timeline has a cognitive model we all understand very easily. [...]

  7. Another Timeline Tool: Dipity TimeTube : Performancing Saturday, July 11, 2009

    [...] there’s TimeTube from Dipity [via NewTeeVee], which is all about presenting videos on a timeline. Enter in keywords, click the Build TubeLine [...]

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