Table of contents for YouTube 4U / Michael Miller.

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Intro
1: YouTube 4 Everyone
1	Welcome to YouTube
2	Getting Around the YouTube Site
II: YouTube 4 Viewers
3	Finding Videos to Watch
4	Watching YouTube Videos
5	Managing and Sharing Your Favorite Videos
6	Downloading YouTube Videos to Your PC?and Your iPod
III: YouTube 4 Video Makers
7	What Type of Videos Do You Want to Upload?
8	Creating Videos 4 YouTube
9	Uploading Videos to YouTube
10	Managing Your Uploaded Videos
11	Who Owns What: Legal Issues with YouTube Videos
IV: YouTube 4 Advanced Users
12	Joining the YouTube Community?and Creating Your Own Channel
13	Adding YouTube Videos to Your Own Site or Blog
14	Profiting from Your YouTube Videos
15	Getting More Out of YouTube?With Third-Party Tools
16	Troubleshooting YouTube Problems
Index
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 (c)About the Author
Michael Miller has written more than 75 nonfiction how-to books in the past two 
decades, including Que's Googlepedia: The Ultimate Google Resource, iPodpedia: 
The Ultimate iPod and iTunes Resource, Absolute Beginner's Guide to Computer 
Basics, Absolute Beginner's Guide to eBay, and How Microsoft Windows Vista 
Works. He also writes about digital lifestyle topics for a number of websites.
Mr. Miller has established a reputation for clearly explaining technical topics to 
nontechnical readers, and for offering useful real-world advice about complicated 
topics. More information can be found at the author's website, located at 
www.molehillgroup.com.
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***Begin Dedication/Acknowledgments page***
(c)Dedication
To Sherry, as always.
***End Dedication***
(c)Acknowledgments
Thanks to the usual suspects at Que Publishing, including but not limited to Greg 
Wiegand, Michelle Newcomb, Kevin Howard, Anne Jones, Lori Lyons, Geneil Breeze, 
Erika Millen, Kim Scott, and Paula Carroll.
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

YouTube (Electronic resource).
Internet videos.
Online social networks.
YouTube (Firm).