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YouTube Hack – How to Link Directly to High Quality YouTube Videos!

Here’s a cool little hack for bloggers and alike, how to link directly to high quality YouTube Videos.

Simply add &fmt=18 to the end of your video link, here’s an example:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SK53mzT0sIM&fmt=18 Here’s some more stuff for embedding:

Embedding high quality YouTube videos: The &fmt=18 trick doesn’t work here, but a similar trick does. For each of the URLs in the embeddable code that you get from YouTube, add &ap=%2526fmt%3D18 onto the end,

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CineWall is an In-wall Plasma HDTV for “embedding” in your Livingroom Wall!

For those of who need to really utlize space efficiently around the house, especially if you don’t like your flatscreen LCD TV sticking out couple inches from the wall, you can wait for the CineWall, a 95-inch High-Definition TV with a whopping aspect ratio of 2.35:1.

Of course, you will need to shell out about $50,000 USD for this, I’d advice to wait until the prices go down when all the big HDTV manufacturers such as S

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Photo Hack – How to Batch-Crop Photos!

Here’s a cool free Windows program called JPEGCrops that will let you batch-crop your photos while maintaining the aspect ratio.  This sure beats editing each photo one by one with Photoshop.

JPEGCrops is a Windows program, created for preparation of a batch of images for printing. It provides lossless cropping with fixed aspects using jpegtran.

The program is freeware for private use and is localized to danish, english, finnish, german, polish, portuguese, galician and japanese. Partly local

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Is Samsung i900 an iPhone Killer?

Is Samsung i900 an iPhone Killer? I think not with a Windows Mobile and no flash support.

An orientation sensor is built into the i900. When rotated, it does this fancy transition whereby the display shrinks and expands back to fill the screen in a different orientation. The 240 x 400 display does seem a little weird, but is not unheard of–we’ve seen it in the ASUS M930’s internal display. It makes sense, too, if you are to use it as a media player because the aspect ratio is much closer to the 16:9 aspect ratio commonly

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