I got a lovely email from amazon.com today telling me the good news: an album that I bought in 2005 has been added at no charge to my amazon.com download music library.
Gee, if I wanted those songs in MP3 format, dontcha think I would have ripped the CD by now?
they do this to save disc space in the cloud. So if you rip any random record, upload it i into the google cloud, you will get cd-quality mp3s - then they just need one copy without the sparkling from records.
Trust the Cloud. The Cloud is your friend. Not trusting the Cloud is treason, and treason is punishable by summary execution.
We're referred to as "server huggers"
hm, after data hippie the first name I could identify with.
For a simple test of validity, replace the word "cloud" with "clown" and re-read the statement.
oh boy. why's that microsoft linker _that_ slow? my not very fresh linux system takes about 20 seconds for linking the arangod.
the wintendo needs 5 minutes for that... RLY?
Subject: when I rip
Subject: let's try this again,
when I rip a cd, I use db poweramp
I rip 5 types of files....
MP3 128 FOR THE CAR
MP3 320 VOLUME LIMITED TO 94 DB FOR DJ ING
With my 3700k this all happens at the same time
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Subject: Re: let's try this again,
the last time I used that lies in the dormant past.