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Yuvee announces a collection of music video mix internet maps

Yuvee announces a collection of music video mix internet maps that put personalized music video mixes at anyone’s fingertips

Cambridge/MA/USA – WEBWIRE
Screenshot of Music Mix Atlas
Screenshot of Music Mix Atlas

Tim Higginson, founder of Yuvee, says: “I hope people enjoy these music video maps as much as I do. They do just what WebHub internet maps are designed to do: expand all of our Web horizons through the creative efforts of map makers from around the world."

Yuvee announces the release of a growing collection of maps of personalized mixes of streaming music videos at  This collection of maps (an “Atlas”) gives anyone who visits it instant access to music video mix maps made by college students and others from around the world. 
Each map is a personal reflection on favorite music videos from around the Web.  Some are on a specific genre, such as electronic dance music (“EDM”) and some are organized by emotion, while others of these maps are simply a collection of favorite videos by the map maker.  The videos are from free and legal music streaming sites from around the Web.
Internet maps at can be made by anyone, and can cover any topic.  Through the creative efforts of each map maker, relevant Web content content is organized and annotated in maps that, once made public, can be viewed by anyone and shared socially. 
Internet maps are important to the next generation Web because the best content is spread across places that grow in number everyday: Youtube, Pinterest, Tumblr, Vimeo, Periscope, Vine, Twitter, Instagram, websites, blogs, and on and on.  By compiling and organizing links to Web content from anywhere on the Web into an internet map, everyone interested in the topic has the map maker’s personal, highly expressive view of it at their fingertips, anytime, from any device.  The Web is so large that presenting search results in pages of lists means most people experience a tiny fraction of what is available.  Internet maps move away from the inefficiency of every one of us having to do a separate search, sift through lists on page after page of results generated by an algorithm, click on a few results, finally only to have it all go away when the search tab is closed.
Together, WebHub’s internet maps form a crowd-sourced atlas of the Web for the benefit all of us.
It is free for anyone to make an unlimited number of maps of their own on whatever topics are of interest at  They can collect maps made by other people.  The topics can be personal interests, business, student research, education, policy, news, entertainment, politics and anything else.

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