It took about six months—from last spring to the NCAA football bowl games in January—for me to turn into a hardcore YouTube.com junkie. Not being the most Internet-savvy individual in the world and having given up on television since “Lost” lost me two years ago, I was an easy mark.I came to use YouTube the way most folks use TiVo: to catch up with “American Idol” shows I missed or to replay ...

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