Lately we have seen more people create a Silk site to hold together the videos they have uploaded to Youtube. They create a page for each video and add reviews and other tags. This way they create a video database that’s easy to browse and can be extended with filtered tables or other visualizations. We like this usecase and want to encourage this further, so we made a new video tutorial that covers everything you need to make a Silk site with a video collection.
We also updated our example page with quite a few new sites:
The OCEAN project offers a fresh view on worldwide water design problems by combining datasources on water and population growth.
The Minecraft Silk site features data about the blocks, items and entities in the game.
The Oscars & Piracy site contains a detailed analysis of the piracy of Oscar nominated movies.
The Animation Legends site features information about legendary animators (mostly from Disney), and contains a host of resources for aspiring animators.
If you see more great Silk sites in the wild, we would love it if you could drop us a line!