<![CDATA[Safari has added a new feature in the Version 5.0 release called "Extensions". If you have Safari running version 5 (relatively smoothly, as there have been more than a few problems) you might want to take a look at some of the new extensions you can add:
By far one of the most exciting is the Youtube downloader extension that lets you save a local copy of the content you are watching on Youtube. Quite a bit of fun. It’s on that list at the bottom of the page.
note: many people have reported problems with Safari 5 so you may want to wait until version 5.1 is available and sorts out some of the issues.
<![CDATA[I'm laughing, yes, but it's more a laughter of recognition. I've worn scarfs and jerseys and sat alone watching a game as if I was in the stadium. I have even painted my face before the big game.
I've been this guy.
<![CDATA[Normally, it doesn’t take much to get me to watch pretty much anything on the net involving Swedish women.
So things were a bit stretched last night when I found out this was a Swedish woman who was now off the market as she was getting married, but pretty much everything else on TV was worthless so we dove in headfirst to coverage of the Princess of Sweden’s wedding on SVT.se, the Swedish broadcaster.
SVT was pumping a very high quality stream out LIVE of the Royal Wedding, and though we had some buffering issues thanks to our subpar ISP, we managed to get through most of the wedding without too much hassle.
But for those who missed the wedding ceremony, you can go to the archives on SVT.se and find coverage of the arrival, first kiss, dance, cake, horses and Royal Yachts and all that.
SVT Royal Wedding Coverage.
Of course it is in Swedish so listening to it makes about as much sense as reading the product inventory of an Ikea, but you’ll get the general idea here and there.]]>
<![CDATA[HBO Documentary Films has made available a moving documentary about Neda Agha-Soltan, the young women taken by a sniper’s bullet in the protests last year. You can watch the film (broken into 10 minute segments) for free.