Sunday, April 11, 2010

Theater Two: Suplexes

You might have noticed last Friday spree of links to YouTube clips: that shows there are good things to uncover from their huge imagery deposits. I usually prefer to embed the video but at that time I did not the patience to do it.

On the other hand, YouTube has done some upgrades. And downgrades too. Due to the colossal demand on computer resources they need to perform their business, they have simplified the user interface and excluded some expensive features. Two of those were the playlists and the custom players, exactly the ones used by the Theaters in this Blog. Therefore, I will have to look elsewhere and see if there is an adequate replacement.
Anyway, there is a new set (however small) of clips on Theater Two, featuring suplex moves. It is the first time they are featured here in two years of blogging (yes, it is an anniversary!). How come? The thing is the excluded YouTube features are still there but hidden behind the curtains and quite cumbersome to use. But they will eventually go away. For the time being, relax and enjoy.


  1. As far as youtube goes, why can't u just paste the embed code into ur blog post? I use Live Writer, and it's very easy to do.

  2. You are right: that is not a problem (yet...) and most of my references to YouTube clips use embedded code. The trouble is with the blog theaters (at the bottom of the blog page)which use YouTube playlists and custom players.