From The Tips Box: YouTube Watch History, Rechargeable Batteries, Scrambled Eggs

YouTube Watch History, Rechargeable Batteries, and Scrambled Eggs

Readers offer their best tips for your YouTube watch history, keeping pairs of rechargeable batteries, and making inside-the-shell scrambled eggs.

Every day we receive stacks of great reader tips. From the Tips Box is where we round up some of our favourites. Got a tip of your own to share? Add it in the comments or send it using our contact form.

YouTube Re-Enables Watch History After Google+ Switch

YouTube Watch History, Rechargeable Batteries, and Scrambled Eggs

Kevin Du shares some good news about your YouTube watch history:

FYI, YouTube re-enabled watch history after switching to Google+. I just wanted to give a reminder to those who paused web history way back when it was disabled.

Keep Pairs of Rechargeable Batteries at the Same Charge Level

YouTube Watch History, Rechargeable Batteries, and Scrambled Eggs

Drakaji shares a good tip when using rechargeable batteries:

I've had my rechargeable batteries for a while. Most gadgets I use require pairs of batteries. To keep pairs charged around the same level so that one doesn't run out before the other, I mark mine with Roman numerals so I can quickly see which two are a pair.

You could easily improve on this with the use of colour or others symbols that have some meaning to you and are visible at a glance.

Photo by mjtmail (figgy)

Scramble Eggs in the Shell with a Tennis Ball and String

Terry shares an interesting way to scramble eggs inside the shell:

I like scrambled eggs. I really like golden eggs, which is when you scramble the eggs while still in the shell. This video shows a simple way to scramble eggs inside the shell, with instructions for steaming them hard boiled.


Comments

    Anyone know how to make YouTube's "recommended for you" better than useless? Never updates, never recommends anything apart from the same couple of soundproofing videos that I looked at five months ago.
    In my Andriod YouTube app that is.

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