It's a bit of an understatement to say that there's a lot of stuff on the Internet, but Milq is a user-generated network that launched in April to organize it. With Milq, snippets of the Internet are broken down by bite-sized categories like 'Fave Covers,' 'Memorable 90s Fashion Moments' and 'Favorite TV Commercials.'
With a Milq account, users can make their own collections called "beads," which is almost like being able to create a YouTube-like playlist of content from across the web that you can either consume finds one by one, or in entire "beads" at a time. On a larger scale, it's neat to be able to look at groupings outside of your current interests and it could even turn out to be a really cool way to make a cultural map of the entire Internet.
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