Backed by a fresh round of seed funding to the tune of 200,000 euros ($266,000), Minilogs basically wants to build a social bookmarking app that is fit for today’s Web.
By creating logs, which are essentially collections of links to photos, videos, sounds, maps, slides and whatnot, Paris, France-based Minilogs lets users easily save, organize, remix and share different types of media, unlike a Pinterest for instance.
Users can organize their favorite content in private or public logs, create cross-platform playlists, view and play them directly on the Minilogs website using a player, or embed logs on their own websites.
French newspaper Le Figaro does this, to give you an example.
To add content to logs, users can input direct URLs or use the startup’s tools, which currently include a Chrome extension and bookmarklet.
For whatever reason, Minilogs didn’t share the names of its early-stage investors. We asked and will update when we hear back.
In the meantime, Wu-Tang Forever!
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