Hashtag automatically uploads users’ Meerkat posts to YouTube

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One of the major successes of this month's SXSW festival was Meerkat — a live streaming app which enables users to create and broadcast video footage in the moment. Videos are shared with the world, live, via the user's own Twitter account, before disappearing forever into the ether of internet-past. That was until hacker Tarikh Korula launched #Katch, a simple hashtag which enables Meerkat users to auto upload their livestreams to YouTube, immortalizing them forever. Meerkat created some problems for itself by piggybacking onto Twitter's infrastructure. The social media giant temporarily disabled Meerkat's ability to tweet on people's behalf, but…

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