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A professor uploaded his course lessons on Vimeo. I'd like to give him a Like for the much appreciated effort, but I'd rather not let him on the fact I'm watching his lessons while reviewing two days before the exam :D

Can I do that?

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If they have a Vimeo Plus account they can see who is liking their videos as part of the Advanced Statistics section:

With Advanced Statistics you can stay on top of all your statistics, look at your weekly, monthly and yearly stats, see where people are watching your videos, and find people who like or comment on your videos.

For a normal account, unless they know your account profile and click to your Likes page and search for their video in there, then not really.

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The professor has a Plus account, so I'll forgo that for now :) – badp Jul 2 '11 at 21:44

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