The Social Threesome and Video Mash-ups


Searchles is a social search, video and bookmarking site based in the District. It has received more than $1 million in funding from local investor Mark Walsh and is run by Elias Shams, a serial technology entrepreneur.

The Web site has a nifty feature that lets you select YouTube videos and mash them together -- in other words, choose pieces of different videos and create a new one.

Below, some of the top mash-ups on the site. But first, here's a funny advertisement the company has released touting their site, a "Social Threesome."




Some of the top videos, courtesy of Searchles:

10 Best Sports Press Conference Meltdowns

Bruce Springsteen - Seeger Sessions Band Live from BBC4

Favorite Classic Movies Remash: Chariots of Fire, Wizard of Oz, Cool Hand Luke, Etc.

By Zachary Goldfarb  |  March 10, 2008; 9:30 AM ET  | Category:  TechPost
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The first video "A Social Threesome" was produced using GeniusRocket, where Mark Walsh is CEO. GR is a great new platform for bringing together advertisers and the "wisdom of the crowds".

Posted by: Dave Weinberg | March 10, 2008 12:59 PM

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