Jun. 14th, 2013

   Some time ago, I mostly listened music on a PC. That is why I have compressed my collection of audio CDs to the open standard called "Ogg Vorbis".
   10 years passed, now I am living a completely new life.
   Still dealing with the consequences: my car stereo doesn’t play OGG files.

   Remember kids: open standards are not “better” just because they’re open. The whole “open/close” debate is merely a stupid propaganda that comes from people who can’t win a honest competition. In most cases, it is a good idea to completely ignore the openness, and choose on the real criteria. For personal music collection, the #1 would be “compatibility” hence MP3. For streamed music, the #1 would be “bandwidth” hence HE-AAC. OGG is only good for e.g. some game developers.

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