Posts Tagged ‘content encoding’

The Case Against 24 bit 192kHz Music

Chris Montgomery aka “Monty” wrote an amazing essay on why 24 bit 192kHz downloads are silly and not worth while. Among those lobbying for it include Neil Young. Given Montgomery’s experience with audio encoding (OGG/Vorbis), he’s without question an authority on the topic. Articles last month revealed that musician Neil Young and Apple’s Steve Jobs […]

Poor Website Email Practices

I got a few emails in the past 24 hours that need to be addressed. I’ve seen both of these issues before, but never has it become so common that I see two almost back to back. Character Encoding VideoSurf sent me an invitation to check out their product. Unfortunately I’m a somewhat busy person […]