Linked by Adam S on Mon 1st Feb 2010 18:19 UTC
Podcasts Back in August of 2009, the OSnews team spent 3 full hours discussing Apple. In the course of discussion, we spent some time talking about the then-mythical "Apple Tablet." So, 5 months later, how did we do? Were we accurate in our predictions? How did you envision the Tablet, long before the nonsensically named "iPad" became a reality? This clip, which I've called "Episode 20.x" and inserted into cannon retroactively, is pulled, unaltered, from the original podcast.
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RE[3]: Ogg Vorbis?
by darknexus on Tue 2nd Feb 2010 15:00 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Ogg Vorbis?"
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Funny, but I can't shake how very similar that statement is to some of the reasons put out by big companies to stay with H.264. How exactly does creating an ogg file greatly increase your work load? It's simple enough to transcode and it's not as though it takes that long. Better yet just save as aiff (you use Garageband) and make an mp3 and an ogg from the same source material.

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