How many times have you found a video on YouTube and wished you could save it to your laptop (Mac or Windows) to show at a later time? If you are like me, there have been times in which I wanted to do just that so I could show the video in my classes. 

Well there are at least two (2) tools that allow this. The one with the most features is TubeSock. With this tool you can download videos from YouTube, DailyMotion, and other sites saving them to your video iPod, Mac, PC, or PlayStation Portable. The cost is $15.

Another tool is KeepVID, which is free, but lacks a lot of the functionality of TubeSock.