In the early days of CS and the net, most of those involved were extremely capable and talented individuals. Nowadays, you would be lucky to find 1 in 5,000 CS professionals with the same passion for computing, excellence, and self-improvement. Sadly, it's become a career perfect for the indifferent and apathetic. However, Excellence 100% still exists.
This is the advanced example. It uses the jw flv player to create a flash proxy. This basically lets me control the youtube video as if it were a local .f4v file. With this method I can specify any options, autostart, volume, playlists, etc.. But it's rather complex so lets start with 3 other methods to embed YouTube video.
You've probably seen this.. one of THE coolest video games I've ever seen (though I haven't played).. Its tempting me back to MLG.. Games are games today, but in the future Gaming Skill will be highly sought after.. So I check in with the gaming world occasionally, I'd hate to miss something like a new Duke-Nukem (cancelled after 10 years in development and no releases).
I have around 10 really nice articles I've been working on for awhile now, my problem is that I am a perfectionist, so I keep finding improvements.. worth it.
The use of "hacker" to mean "security breaker" is a confusion on the part of the mass media. We hackers refuse to recognize that meaning, and continue using the word to mean someone who loves to program, someone who enjoys playful cleverness, or the combination of the two. -- Richard M. Stallman
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