Israeli Videopedia Start-up 5Min Gets $300K In Seed Funding

Israeli start-up 5min has raised $300,000 in angel funding for a site that combines user-generated content and instructional video, Alarm Clock reported. The investors weren’t identified. The site’s goal is to create the first communal “Life Videopedia,” allowing anyone to offer up their knowledge by sharing visual guides covering arts, business, fashion, sports, health, tech, food and other topics. The overarching philosophy of 5min is that any solution can be visually explained in less than 5 minutes.