Don't you just hate it when you visit somebody's blog, see an embedded Youtube video, play it, and find that the player is missing the full screen button.
Yeah, this one: .
Well, I hate it too, so please, try not to be that guy. I realize sometimes you copy the embed code wrong or, on a larger scale, you add the wrong embed code to your generic template.
Not a problem. If your Youtube embeds are missing this button, here is how you can easily fix it.
Here's an example video that doesn't have the button (it's really good too, if you haven't seen it yet):
The fullscreen button is nowhere to be found because by default …
Everyone and their mother are throwing out their predictions for 2009 nowadays, it’s a new fad. It’s like you’re not cool anymore if you don’t have twitter, a Mac, and a set of random predictions for the next 12 joyous months.
So I decided to throw in a few ideas of my own to be part of the cool crowd again (how much cooler can I be already, you might think, and I wouldn’t blame you).
Disclaimer (read it, tough guy)
What this post is:
- about the future of technology and the Internet, 2009 and beyond.
- my ideas on what is going to happen or should happen. If they happen to match someone else’s ideas – it doesn’t mean
1. I want to download and play FLVs on my computer.
2. I don't want to use some crappy FLV player that only plays FLVs and has an interface from either 1995 or 2034 – I want to use my favorite player, like Media Player Classic.
3. Yes, VLC plays FLVs but it can't fast forward or rewind them. Yes, mplayer plays FLVs but I want a GUI. Yes, mplayer supports GUIs but they all pretty much suck. I don't particularly like VLC's or mplayer's interface – want to fight about it?
Enter the latest version of ffdshow. ffdshow is a decoding filter – think of it as a set of codecs for your media players. It supports …
Updated: September 16th, 2012
According to Wikipedia, in April 2008, the number of videos on Youtube was 83.4 million (ref: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/YouTube#cite_note-5). However, the link in the cite note now displays “*” video results 1 – 20 of millions, without showing the real count.
Here's one way I found to get an estimated, but relatively accurate, number of videos on the popular video sharing site Youtube. The idea is simple. Get this feed: http://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/videos/-/* and parse out the number inside the <opensearch:totalresults> tag.
So here it is: the number of videos on Youtube is currently fluctuating between about 141 million and 144 million. The number goes up and down, which points to the fact that these are estimates.
That's a whole boatload …
MySQL – Sun – Flickr – Fotolog – Wikipedia – Facebook – YouTube Comparison – MySQL Conference Day 2 Keynote
Updated: April 24th, 2008
Unfortunately I didn't find any available seats to take notes for this but this morning a very interesting keynote took place. Representatives from 7 large companies mentioned in the title gathered on stage and answered various questions by MySQL's Kaj Arno.
These questions included things like "how many MySQL servers do you have", "how many DBAs", etc. It was a lot of fun, hopefully someone (Sheeri) will edit and post the video soon.
Keith has a nice summary of everything that went on together with the numbers here.
Update: Venu has even better notes here.