Sent to you by Sean McBride via Google Reader: Provides
Thumbnail-Only YouTube Search Results [Search] via Lifehacker by Kevin
Purdy on 1/7/09
If you're looking for one particular, recognizable YouTube video amidst
a galaxy of copycats and look-alikes, offers a vast wall of
thumbnails that pop up the clip, no visit to YouTube required.

It's very similar to (and inspired by) the previously mentioned,
just-the-pics-ma'am Flickr searcher Compfight. Once you've searched,
the results can be sorted by relevance, views, user ratings, or date
published. It looks like you only get one page of results, so if the
clip is buried deep inside YouTube, only search term refinement will
dig it up here.

All told, it looks like a powerful and quick way to gun through YouTube
videos to find what you're looking for. [via ReadWriteWeb]
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