Daily Hacks: Youtube & Google Chrome

If you want to link a youtube video and want to play it from a certain time, just add ‘#t=xxmyys’ to the end of the link.

However up till now I did not figured out how to embed the clips by this way. It seems not to work in the embedded code.  :-( Suggestions?

Want to send a link to a web site from Google Chrome without installing any extension? Here you go: Select “Add bookmark” from Bookmark Manager and write into the URL-field
javascript:location.href=’mailto:?SUBJECT=’+document.title+’&BODY=’+escape(location.href);
The drawback of this method is that an email program (Outlook, Thunderbird, etc) should be installed on your system. By clicking on the bookmark, a new mail draft will be opened to send an email with the subject containing document title and in the body the link to the site. Modify, if you want.
Cheers.

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