New web and mobile application brings curation and "TV Anyhwere" capabilities to online video content.

With the deluge of content being added to the web on a rolling basis, there's a continuing push to develop tools that enable us to tap into and manage that experience. Nowhere is this perhaps more important than around online video, where a community site like YouTube sees 35 hours of new footage being added every minute, and in an ever-expanding marketplace where viewers can access streaming content across countless aggregators, media producers, new sites and brand pages.  One new service that hopes to crack this conundrum is Squrl, a mobile and web application that enables people to pull in videos from popular sites like Hulu, Netflix, ESPN, DailyMotion and TED, and curate that content in one centralized dashboard.

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