From Kennedy to Jesse Camp, MTV was a haven for mouthy, talentless hacks -- but now that post-"M" MTV's fired them all, who's gonna present your videos? Be your own talentless hack, with VeeJay.tv
Made in SF by a couple of grammatically challenged "music fans that also spend a lot of time on the interwebs", VJ funnels MTV/Yahoo/YouTube content into a Pinfield-simple engine for creating limitless sets of music vids. Just search by artist/song, and VJ'll display all applicable vids as thumbnails; preview them in a pop-up window, then save to your "set bucket" and add wittily concise blather ("Who knew George Michael could rap? Me, that's who"). When your set's complete, its tracks play through in order beside your descriptions, along with auto-pulled song lyrics (most of the time); to share, simply send 'round its unique url, which will be blessedly free of Clearasil ads
Everyone's sets show up on the main VJ page as they're created, and when you find a particularly kickass one, you can subscribe to its creator's future playlists -- thus supporting the mouthy second career of Dan Cortese.