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As far as I am aware, there's no built in way to do this on Youtube. You could of course use the Youtube API to easily get all of your playlists in xml using the following: https://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/users/[YOUR_USER_NAME]/playlists?v=2 Example: https://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/users/oisinorion/playlists?v=2 That xml file will have the ...
What I tend to do is instead of starring the items on those individual services, I put them all in one service. The one I prefer is Evernote. They have a bookmarklet and browser extensions which may speed up the process. Another benefit you get from using Evernote is you can tag it exactly as you want (e.g. to read, to answer, etc.) rather than an ambiguous ...
You need to go to http://www.youtube.com/my_favorites then click the check box next to the Add to button. click the Add to button and check the check box named Watch Later click Add videos button click the check box next to the Add to button. click Remove to remove the videos from your Favorites.
I personally use the watchlist feature of trakt to mark movies and television shows that I want to watch. Original Answer This is what your Instant Queue is for: a list of movies you want to watch. Just click the + Instant Queue button for a movie, then see the list at http://movies.netflix.com/Queue.
There isn't a Twitter API call at present to find out who favorited a tweet. You could attempt to pull the information out of one of the live stream APIs as discussed here and similar to this FAQ, although the data is real time and not historical. Favstar already does this, so you could have a look at that (it has a rudimentary API that may help). Bear in ...
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