Use the toolbar option to switch off wrapped text:
You want to reset the code to base at the version you're editing. To do this you simply set the current version as the base version with the "Set as base" button shown below:
You'll need to switch to HTML5 YouTube player: http://www.youtube.com/html5 Then you'll see a "Normal" button next to the "360p" quality button that allows both faster and slower playback.
You could try Snap Bird by Remy Sharp. It can search much further back in time than normal Twitter searches.
You can try Team System Web Access (TSWA). Channel 9 did a video on it that might serve as a good introduction: A first look at Visual Studio Team System Web Access 2010 There is also list of hosting ...
There is a product I found recently that might do what you want. You can read about it here: http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=99920
If you open the document, you can view the revision history from the File menu. The oldest entry will be the original version, when you created it.
There is a Search Filter Chrome extension for filtering search results: https://chrome.google.com/extensions/detail/ddgjlkmkllmpdhegaliddgplookikmjf?hl=en-gb
Remy Sharp wrote a website application that will search your, or someone else's tweets without the limitations Twitter imposes so you can search far further back in time. It's at http://snapbird.org/.