Qwiki, the video search engine site that won TechCrunch Disrupt last September, is launching their public alpha today at 12:00 PST.
Here’s what you can expect:
- The ability to embed links so you can play a Qwiki video on any web page or share it with friends
- The ability to contribute content to a pre-existing Qwiki video (just like a Wikipedia page so it remains relevant and accurate)
- Each Qwiki will now have a clickable list of all of the information contained within each video.
Last week, Qwiki announced their $8 million series A round led by Facebook cofounder Eduardo Saverin and YouTube cofounder Jawed Karim.
No idea what Qwiki is? Founder Doug Imbruce explains it to Business Insider, here.
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