The guys who coded the YouTube video player left some interesting debug comments in their Flash file, as Chad Upton found out. Some of the comments (cursing ahead!):
Chad’s advice: set your Flash export to omit trace actions, and don’t really put anything in the code (including variable names) you wouldn’t want the public to see.
Correction: Only the first two lines were pulled from the YouTube player apparently, the others are from other non-YouTube Flash files. [Thanks Dylan Bennett and Ludwik Trammer!]
Google’s Blogger has a new homepage for early adopters, as they say: draft.blogger.com*. From here you will be able to get new features still in test mode, like a current video upload option which you can trigger with an icon button above your editor (your video will be hosted at Google Video, not YouTube, by the way). There’s also a new blog for the draft Blogger (which I’ve added to the Google’s blogs page).
*To recap, when a Google product or feature is in early status, it’s called: Labs, Experimental, Draft, Test, or Beta.
[Via Blogger Buzz.]
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