If you're a video maker and would like a hassle-free upload to upto 6 major video sharing sites in one shot, and if you'd like to track their performance, check out these two sites: TubeMogul and VidMetrix (both sources via Mashable). I've signed up with both of them because I sign up with pretty much whatever is thrown at me. Video sharing sites like VEOH and Brightcove let you syndicate videos once uploaded on their sites, but tracking them across other platforms you cannot.
You can bet your ass Google Analytics will find itself in YouTube and Google videos threatening the above-mentioned video analytics sites. Not only that, I'll bet you'll be able to track a video's performance, assign AdSense, customize message according to location and culture, and eventually track everything you do on the web. Imagine the possibilities for content makers. I don't know where to begin.
Which brings me to Gmail. I keep insisting people switch to Gmail not because it's a great fucking email service; your Gmail account is essentially a master key to the world of Google. Makes sense?
What else is up in the works for Google, I wonder. How about "Google Banking"?
This may have passed you by but YouTube doesn't allow you video uploads over 10 minutes, no matter what kind of account you have. What's up with that?