Online Content Curation

Our access to information in today's digital world is unprecedented in human history. The internet is the hub of everything, and it's already changed the way we consume information, including how we watch video content. In fact, according to a Nielsen study, people now watch YouTube more than traditional television, and on-demand services are more popular than ever.


Given the enormous amount of available content on YouTube, subscription-based sites like Netflix, and innumerable other sources online, the process of finding something you really want to watch can take a long time. According to one study, the average American will end up spending full years worth of time during their life just in the pursuit of something to watch.

Much of that time is wasted on listless browsing in the hopes of stumbling across something interesting — especially if you've just finished binge-watching the latest season of your favorite Netflix series. Wouldn't it be nice to have a site that curates the videos that best match your interests? Wouldn't it be even nicer if that site could generate new content based on what you like, so you can just sit back, relax, and not bother with browsing at all?

That's precisely what Neverthink.TV offers.

Sit Back, Relax, and Neverthink

Neverthink.TV doesn't just compile videos into one site; it collects videos from the internet in real time and groups them into different channels, everything from gaming and art to fashion and food.

Futurism on Neverthink.TV. Image credit: Neverthink.TV, screenshot

For example, if you like technology, Neverthink.TV collects tech news videos from the internet and collates them into one channel for you to watch. It plays the latest videos one by one, so essentially, the site is bringing back the experience of watching TV, except this time, you'll only see videos that you're likely to find interesting.

Neverthink.TV will change the way you consume video content, but it will do so in a manner familiar. It combines the best part of the past with the best part of the present to create the viewing experience of the future.

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