How TV could change.
It seems I may have struck a nerve with my talks about AAC and it seems that everyone sees it as a question of theft vs. paying for content. To me, the issue is not about theft. For starters, I do not use file sharing networks. Yes, I did check Napster when it was around but ultimately, I abandoned the Peer to Peer networks, largely because the quality of the files that could be found on those services was lackluster at best. I do, however, have an extensive MP3 collection. All of it is tagged with proper ID3 tags that include more information than what you could find on a regular P2P network (they even include cover art). I have, in the past, considered moving to Ogg Vorbis but decided that my current investment in MP3 (I burned my whole CD collection to MP3 a long time ago and still retain the CDs as proof that I actually do own the rights to that music (they are, however, in a closet, gathering dust)) was working fine and have not moved on. AAC seems like an interesting format. Thanks to the many people who have pointed me to Audiocoding, which provides…Read More