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Using Cooliris to Switch Control YouTube

by Robert Stewart

on Thu Mar 11, 2010

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YouTube is a popular video sharing website on which users can upload and share videos. However, due to it's design and abundance of links its very hard to access using just switches. Not to worry though since there is an application called Cooliris which when used in conjunction with Facebook will allow access to this huge library of videos. You don’t just have to use Facebook since the slideshow can be hosted on other social networking sites such as Bebo or Twitter. Or, if you prefer, create a web file (.html) which can be run from your desktop or web space.

A new Quick Guide called 'Using Cooliris to Switch Control YouTube' is now available for download which explains the process of creating your own switch accessible YouTube slideshow!

Tags: Cooliris, Facebook, Youtube, switch access

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