Hey All, So, about 30 minutes or so ago my site americancliche.net was hacked. I know nothing about Wordpress or about what to do. I have a friend that setupMessage 1 of 31 , Jan 24, 2006View SourceHey All,
So, about 30 minutes or so ago my site americancliche.net was hacked.
I know nothing about Wordpress or about what to do. I have a friend
that setup the site, I just update it. Anyway, it's hosted on
My questions is what do I do? Does GoDaddy makes backups or should I
have been doing it? If GoDaddy has, how do I get them?
I'm so irritated right now. Any help would be GREATLY appreciated.
Steve - Thanks for the information. I ll try that out with the AMPed show I am putting together this weekend. If I can t tell a difference then I won tMessage 31 of 31 , Jan 27, 2006View SourceSteve -
Thanks for the information. I'll try that out with the AMPed show I am putting
together this weekend. If I can't tell a difference then I won't bother, but
I'm willing to try anything.
Yeah, changing things on the Marantz is just a matter of making a different
--- Stephen Eley <SFEley@...> wrote:
> On 1/27/06, George L Smyth <glsmyth@...> wrote:-------------------------------------
> > --- Stephen Eley <SFEley@...> wrote:
> > >
> > > Or better, don't encode the file to MP3 from inside Audacity. Even
> > > when I was using it I ran LAME from the command line, because I didn't
> > > like the lack of options inside Audacity's preferences screen.
> > Can you elaborate on this? Where do you feel that Audacity fails for you
> > this respect? The only problem I have with the encoding is that sometimes
> > doesn't prompt me for the mp3 tag information before it begins.
> There's no way to access the "quality" option. I'm somewhat
> irrational about this, I admit: I encode using the -q 0 option (best
> quality) even though it's five times slower than -q 1 and I can
> perceive no difference in the sound. In Audacity you can't even set
> that option, so I assume it's using the default.
> If anyone's interested, here's an example of the sort of command line
> I type in for LAME:
> lame -q 0 -m j -b 96 --tt "EP037: Craphound" --ta "Cory Doctorow"
> --tl "Escape Pod" --ty "2006" EP037.aiff EP037.mp3
> The first three options mean "best quality," "joint stereo mode"
> (which is a good idea even if your podcast is mono) and "96 kbps."
> The rest of the options are all for tagging. I set the genre and some
> other tags in iTunes, because LAME won't let me set the genre to
> > I "think" that I "may" have figured out what happened, though I am still
> > somewhat at a loss. My show is recorded by my Marantz 660 digital
> > which I then move to my computer. I have been recording it at 48k wav and
> > assuming that the Preferences under Audacity change this to 44k when
> > the completed show to mp3. I still think that it works that way, but am
> > to switch over to 44k on the Marantz just to make sure.
> That's a good idea anyway. Once a file's been digitized, any sample
> rate conversion is going to introduce some subtle signal degradation.
> (The conversion has to "guess" at new values between the old values,
> and some algorithms are better than others.) It's not the kind of
> thing any ordinary person is likely to notice and complain about, but
> if it's easy enough to flip a switch on the Marantz, you might as well
> avoid it entirely.
> Have Fun,
> Steve Eley (sfeley@...)
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