Can’t watch a certain YouTube video because it’s “not available in your country”? Yeah, I know the feeling; I’d like to watch the BBC on YouTube, too. Fortunately, Kevin Nalts posts a hack from Jischinger that lets you watch YouTube videos not available in your country.
Just copy the alphanumeric code from the video page URL (the one after the “=” sign) and paste it after this: http://www.youtube.com/v/
The resulting video player fills your browser window, sans autoplay. Just goes to show that geographic scarcity is a fragile and artificial illusion inside online video.