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It looks like for some reason Google doesn't like Firefox on Linux. I wasn't able to find any way to get Google's built in player to work, nor any indication from Google that they're even aware it has a problem. Fortunately it's very easy to play files with a third party app. Select one of your MP3 files by ticking the check box. Then, from the More ...
It's a bug that YouTube needs to fix. As the player is Flash, there's no possible workaround for this issue. But there's a better way to watch YouTube videos from a PC video player called VLC, if you don't have VLC, search the web for download links. Open VLC Player -> Click the Media tab in the menu bar -> Select Open Network Stream and paste the video to ...
Grooveshark is one of my favorite applications from a designer standpoint and from a killer app standpoint and may be just what you are looking for.
It's been a couple years :) but in case anyone is wondering the (Western Digital) WD Live media now supports Netflix in Canada. It was buggy before, but it's good now. Not to mention it's a heck of a lot quieter (fan noise-wise) than most consoles. That's a plus for me.
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