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Minitube Puts More You in YouTube

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YouTube is a great source for watching an eclectic collection of videos on music, human stupidity and worldly comedy. But I find it much too easy to go far afield as I click on "also watched" videos when viewing a particular topic line. Minitube solves that problem for me.

Not only does Minitube better filter the flow of videos I take in, but it also creates a more pleasant viewing experience that resembles a high-def TV environment. And it does this without Adobe (Nasdaq: ADBE) Flash Player or a Web browser just to get them to play.

Minitube is a YouTube desktop client for Linux.




gmediafinder

I use gmediafinder, has the added bonus of playlists and engines for pr0n sites Big Grin

Plus I expect minitube to go closed source in the future, just like other projects from Flavio Tordini have gone.

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