The other day I told you about Boxee, the free and super-slick media-center software that streams video from the likes of Hulu, Netflix, and YouTube.

If you use Boxee, you've gotta use the Boxee bookmarklet.

Like all bookmarklets, this one resides in your browser's bookmark toolbar. When, during the course of your day-to-day surfing, you encounter a TV show or video clip you want to watch later, just click Boxee's Watch Later bookmarklet.

Presto! In a matter of seconds, the video gets added to your Boxee queue, where it's easy to find and start watching.

The bookmarklet works with dozens of sites, from Adult Swim to Comedy Central to Howcast to YouTube.

I'll have more Boxee tips coming your way in the weeks to come, as I think it's a splendid solution to the "hassle" of neutered analog TV tuners. Stay tuned (pun!).

This story, "Boxee Bookmarklet Queues Videos for Later Viewing" was originally published by PCWorld.

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