People who engage in piracy of digital products justify their actions one way or the other, especially here in Third World countries. In this and the next posts, I would like to analyse this practice in depth, hoping to offer some practical tips on how to handle your own digital portfolio under those circumstances
This first post looks at the motives of digital pirates.
YouTube is perhaps the largest video library online today with lots of music, lectures and movies. The problem is that it does not make it easy to download these videos offline: they have to be used while you are connected to the internet. In other words, YouTube is meant to be a streaming service and not a file sharing portal.
In today's tip, we are going to discuss how to download videos without problem using Mozilla Firefox.
By far one of the most controversial tip is what we are going to share today: that of suppressing advertisements in your browser while on the internet. However, I leave out the ethics and morality debate, and will only show you how to do that. It is up to you whether you feel that it is okay or not.