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Comment: what about books on cd? how many songs per car? (Score 1) 314

by jsepeta (#47568351) Attached to: Ford, GM Sued Over Vehicles' Ability To Rip CD Music To Hard Drive

authors of books on CD aren't being compensated in this frivolous lawsuit. plus they're assuming Ford and GM owners are guilty without showing any credible evidence that a single user is responsible for ripping content illegally. and how many songs fit on a hard drive? i bet dollars to donuts that most of the included hard disks are over 50% empty.

Comment: Re:Bullshit.... (Score 2) 133

by jsepeta (#47553583) Attached to: A Fictional Compression Metric Moves Into the Real World

That's kind of like the Microsoft Windows Experience Index that is provided by Windows Vista / Windows 7 which gives a score based on CPU, RAM, GPU, and hard disk speed. Not entirely useful but gives beta-level nerds something to talk about at the water cooler.

At work my desktop computer is a Pentium E6300 with a 6.3 rating on the CPU and an overall 4.8 rating due to the crappy graphics chipset.
At work my laptop computer is an i3-2010M with a 6.4 rating on the CPU and an overall 4.6 rating due to the crappy graphics chipset.

A compression algorithm rated by speed and compression ability would have to weight the speed vs. the compression, right?

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