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Miro 1.0

By: Ben Preiss - Published: Nov 14, 2007   Updated: Apr 14 2011 • References: boingboing.net & blog.wired
If you're into watching free video content on the web, Miro 1.0 is pretty much a must-have. With 2,700 channels of free content, downloads using the built in BitTorrent client and software to monitor RSS feeds for new content, Miro should keep you happily bug-eyed in front of your monitor for endless hours.

Implications - The software is an online video browser, aggregator and player; so think of it like Youtube but with a little something extra to offer. It's fairly easy to keep track of everything too. Simply find content you like, turn it into a channel on Miro and the site will give you RSS feeds so that you're up-to-date at all times. The software is free, so it's accessible to anyone who wants to get in on the action. Stats for Best Free Open Source Video Browser, Aggregator, and Player Trending: Older & Chilly
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