A major hat tip to Dan Parks for letting me know about Stevie, a new way for your to ingest your social feeds.
Here's what it's about: "When your hands are busy or you can't sit at the computer, but still want to be entertained and enjoy all the content your friends are sharing—just tune in to Stevie! Watch videos, status messages, events, photos, birthdays and more on your computer or your connected TV screen. Stevie not only shows you content from friends, but turns your feed into shows such as The Comedy Strip or Music Non Stop, and news bulletins like Top Stories or New Albums for a great TV viewing experience. It also brings you new and exciting content you might have missed from friends of friends and top hits from around the Web."
Stevie was created by Tel Aviv-based husband and wife team Yael Givon and Gil Rimon and debuted at Techcrunch Disrupt Battlefield in May.
The experience is great if you have a lot of friends that post videos on Facebook or Twitter (more content sources are coming soon). As far as the interaction aspects, there are like and share buttons. However, when I tried to share a video via Stevie, it never showed up in my feed on Facebook. Granted, I may have done something wrong, so I'll look more into that.
Since Stevie is just getting started, I'm sure it's only going to get better (and it's already really good). Imagine, though, having a dedicated Stevie channel running at your event.
Check out Stevie, and let us know what you think in the comments.