There’s been a lot of bad press for Adobe’s Flash technology in recent weeks, but new website Navigaya reminds us why people got excited about it in the first place. Billed as a content discovery service, it’s focused mainly on music videos at launch, running in full-screen and pulling videos in from sites including YouTube, Vimeo and MetaCafe. Users can create playlists using drag’n’drop thumbnails, and access other websites, Twitter and even video-chat with friends from within the site. The company plans to offer its technology to other services on a white-label basis, and is working on an HTML5-based version for iPhone and iPad. It’s well worth a look. Source: TechCrunch

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