Improve your research efforts with WikiTube

This Chrome extension adds YouTube videos to Wikipedia pages, two great tastes that taste great together.

As I can personally attest, one can lose hours of productivity to YouTube and Wikipedia. These two sites, however can provide a wealth of information for research purposes. If you agree with my assessment, then you might enjoy Chrome extension WikiTube, which embeds YouTube videos at the top of Wikipedia pages.

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After installing the extension, the next time you open a Wikipedia page on a particular topic, you'll see a belt at the top of the page with three embedded YouTube videos. You can play the videos right from the Wikipedia page, which helps when you are embroiled in a research effort that has spawned dozens upon dozens of browser tabs and windows. And if you scroll to the right of the YouTube video belt, a red "+" button will appear, which when clicked will load another three videos to the belt.

(Via Lifehacker)

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