Google Desktop on Fedora 11 + 64 bit


So here’s how I managed to get Google Desktop working on my Fedora 64bit PC….

Amazon Response: Amazon Linux MP3 Download Service


We encode our MP3 files using variable bit rates for maximum audio quality and smaller file sizes, aiming at an average of 256 kilobits per second (kbps). Using a variable bit rate allows us to allocate a higher bit rate to the more complex sections of music files while using a smaller bit rate for the less complex sections.