Monday: 31.July.2006

Updating Guide to Ripping & Encoding CD audio with LAME MP3 encoder & EAC

I've also been working on updating the Guide to Ripping & Encoding CD audio. Just put my head down and started plowing thru that one. (Had an excellent cup of coffee this morning.) But it's a bear .. yet one I'm determined to tame. [So far I'm getting mauled.]

today's entry continues here

You can't imagine how many links go bad. Sometimes it seems the *only* links which remain valid are those which link to pages I host myself.

The problem is, I use a generous helping of external links, since this tends to show I've done my homework (I *have*), and that I present technically competent info.

And hyperlinks are what the web is all about. They're what makes the web so cool.

But when these links are changed by webmasters at target sites, .. without coding in a forwarding link that automatically takes the reader to the new location,.. or the site evaporates .. argh!, I get frustrated.

My head hurts. My eyes burn. Tendons in my right arm are sore (which lead to my click-crazy index finger).

Anyway, back to the HTML mines. What day is it? What's my name? Where am I? Is it really 6 o'clock already? No way! First days of August tomorrow.

For more along these lines, here's a Google search pre-configured for the query: rip encode cd audio lame eac





Posted by Rad at July 31, 2006 06:51 PM

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