Download Youtube Videos

There are so many video clips posted on Youtube. Probably, there are videos you want to keep a copy for yourself for one reason or another. So how do you download videos on Youtube?
Well, there are plenty of ways to do this. You can search, download, and install a program that lets you download videos on Youtube. Whoah! Search, download, and then install? Isn't that a toll order for most users who just want to download videos on Youtube? How about download videos without searching, downloading, and installing a program? Like, just visiting a website that lets us download videos on Youtube directly?

Good news, there is a website that lets us do exactly just that. TubeG

TubeG is a shortcut for "youTube Grabber". Just cop-and-paste the URL of the Youtube video you want to download on the "Enter the video URL" area of the homepage of TubeG. Then click on "Download file".

After that, you will now see "Download as FLV" to download the video. Just click on that and your video will now be downloaded. Pretty easy, right? By the way, the default file name of the video you just downloaded is video.flv. You can just rename it the way you like, and most of all, you can watch it with your favorite FLV player!

Farewell Tita Cory

My deepest condolences to the Aquino family as I join the millions of Filipinos praying for our former president Cory Aquino. Tita Cory has been an icon of democracy for the Filipinos for the past few decades.

Good bye Cory Aquino. May you rest in peace.

I've Changed

I have felt that my blog title was a little boring and limiting, so I changed it to expand my thoughts and ideas. I will still be writing about consumer electronics, computers, softwares, and the likes, and incorporate it to our lifestyle today to give my posts more relevance. New ideas will include current events, news, sports, business, and more!

Please update your links, that if, you have linked me. Thanks so much!

happy blogging!

Earning While Surfing

Are you looking for some extra source of income? Good news! I found these great sites that these will surely help you and me what we’re looking for. You can join Clixsense, Wordlinx, and Palmbux. They pay you every time you click on their ads. You really wanna try these, they’re completely safe and FREE! Don’t be left behind so join now!

You might also start having your free PayPal account. This is where Clixsense, Wordlinx, and Palmbux pay their members.

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New Ideas for a Techie Home

I’ve been looking for some useful home projects using a microcontroller chip. I’m still not sure on what kind of microcontroller I will be using but most probably it will be a Zilog microcontroller. Simple digital calendars, LED arrays, or even an electronic home security are just examples of microcontroller projects. I’m planning to go for the simple electronic home security for our home improvement, but I still have to consider many things like availability of the materials, costs, and aesthetics as well. Hopefully I can do it for the sake of home improvements.

I will be very grateful if you give me some suggestions. Thanks!

XU ECE Video Presentation 2009

This is the video presentation of the Junior Institute of Electronics Engineers - Xavier University during the Xavier University College of Engineering General Assembly 2009 "BuildEng'g One Tribe".

Microsoft said it will not ship the Windows 7 'E' version of Windows...

By Ina Fried CNET News
Posted on ZDNet News: Aug 03, 2009 4:47:16 AM

Microsoft on Friday said it will not ship the Windows 7 'E' version of Windows, even though Europe has yet to sign off on the revised plan. The plan calls for the company to ship Windows 7 with Internet Explorer, but present a 'ballot screen' in which users in Europe can decide whether they want Internet Explorer or another browser.

The software maker had originally proposed shipping Windows 7 in Europe without a browser at all — the so-called 'E' version of the operating system. However, European regulators indicated that might not satisfy its concerns.

Microsoft announced last week that it was open to the ballot screen, but said it would wait to drop the browserless 'E' version until European regulators approved its plan.

The software maker said late on Friday that it decided to ship the same version of Windows 7 for Europe after PC makers complained that having to use the browserless version of Windows 7 for a short period of time would be problematic.

"In the wake of last week's developments, as well as continuing feedback on Windows 7 E that we have received from computer manufacturers and other business partners, I'm pleased to report that we will ship the same version of Windows 7 in Europe in October that we will ship in the rest of the world," deputy general counsel Dave Heiner said in a statement.

The European Commission had said it "welcomed" Microsoft's move, also giving the software maker some confidence that it could ship Windows 7 with the browser included. If the Commission accepts Microsoft's proposal, it will fully implement that proposed ballot screen to Windows 7 buyers in Europe.

"One reason we decided not to ship Windows 7 'E' is concerns raised by computer manufacturers and partners," Heiner said. "Several worried about the complexity of changing the version of Windows that we ship in Europe if our ballot-screen proposal is ultimately accepted by the Commission and we stop selling Windows 7 'E'. "Computer manufacturers and our partners also warned that introducing Windows 7 'E', only to later replace it with a version of Windows 7 that includes IE, could confuse consumers about what version of Windows to buy with their PCs."

The move also solved a challenge for Vista users in Europe who, under the previous plan, would have had to do a clean install to move to Windows 7. It also allows Microsoft to sell an "upgrade version" of Windows 7 in Europe. Microsoft had previously said it would only sell a full version of the OS, though it had said it would sell that at the upgrade price, at least for a time.

Those who pre-ordered Windows 7 'E' through a recent discount offer will get the full version, as Microsoft had promised. However, Microsoft plans to now sell Windows 7 upgrades in Europe and also offer a higher-priced full version (for those without an earlier copy of Windows) — similar to what it is doing in the rest of the world.

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