World's first

slow media

community

Archive your favorite podcasts, documentaries, books and series

and discover what your friends and experts are reading, watching

and listen to:

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Collect & Share

Collect your favorite pieces of content and create your own library
full of memorable content.

Share your monthly highlights with your friends and discover
their hidden gems. 

If we continue to spend our days merely consuming random

experiences, we will continue to feel like a scattered consumer.

David Brooks — The Second Mountain

The Mohi Monthly

What is that one book, documentary or song that everyone should know about? All your friends’ monthly picks will be gathered in your personalized newsletter: The Mohi Monthly – a newsletter curated by you and your friends.

Want to get familiar with the Mohi Monthly before downloading the app? Subscribe below to gain access & stay up to date about the latest Mohi news: 


Slow Media advocates for alternative ways of making and using

media that are more intentional, more enjoyable, longer lasting,

better researched/written/designed, more ethical, and of higher

quality overall

World's first

slow media

community

Archive your favorite podcasts, documentaries, books and series and discover what your friends and experts are reading, watching and listen to

Collect & Share

Collect your favorite pieces of content and create your own library
full of memorable content.

Share your monthly highlights with your friends and discover
their hidden gems. 

 

The Mohi Monthly

What is that one book, documentary or song that everyone should know about? All your friends’ monthly picks will be gathered in your personalized newsletter: The Mohi Monthly – a newsletter curated by you and your friends.

Want to get familiar with the Mohi Monthly before downloading the app? Subscribe below to gain access & stay up to date about the latest Mohi news: 


If we continue to spend our

days merely consuming random

 experiences, we will continue to

feel like a scattered consumer.

David Brooks — The Second Mountain