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Originally Posted by H3||scr3am View Post
no, it actually doesn't, the entire point of let me google that for you, is to bash people for not searching them selves. Optical, your link simply goes straight to the let me google that for you main page, but you never generated a page to search something for him...

where as the other link "searches" for "Bit Matched", if you wait and watch it you'll see it. if you don't it could be a browser issue on your end.
Your right, I know why it showed the same page, NoScript had blocked lmgtfy.com scripts from running. Unblocked and everything works as it should.
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Generally, it's rude to basically direct people to Google, or to otherwise essentially tell them to find the answer on their own. I mean, they came here asking for an answer: the least you can do is type one up for them instead of directing them to LMGTFY or something rude like that.

I mean, is it really so hard to take a few minutes to type up an answer? After all, when somebody asks a question here, they are displaying a preference for an answer from us. They didn't come here just so they could be re-directed somewhere else where they have to go find the answer on their own. If they wanted to find the answer on their own, then why did they go out of their way to create their thread? When they ask here, it means they're expecting us to type up the answer in our own words, and maybe with a few quotes here and there to help keep the provided information factual. And if you don't have the time, then don't reply.

And in my humble opinion, LMGTFY should be censored.
I understand your point, since they're here might as well help if you know the answer.

However, isn't it common sense that one should search for a forum for their specific question(s)? Why would a person come to a overclocking website and ask technical AV questions? Would you ask hardware questions at a grocery store? Would you go to Home Depot and ask questions about pet food? Would you go to a car dealership and ask questions about airplanes? Would you go to a comic store to buy baby food?

I think it's more than kind to direct them in the right direction. As I already posted a link to head-fi.org. If a person cannot distinguish simple fundamental functions as to go where for what, that person is beyond help.

For Laptops/Notebooks there's: NotebookReview
For CD/DVD/Blu-ray burning there's: Club CDFreaks
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For Headphone lovers there's: Head-Fi
For Codecs there's: Free-Codecs

I have bookmarked forums for every category you can think of therefore I have not run into a problem I could not solve, yet. And all this was done with a simple GOOGLE SEARCH.

The internet is a tool for increased human productivity. Seems like it's doing otherwise.
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I understand your point, since they're here might as well help if you know the answer.

However, isn't it common sense that one should search for a forum for their specific question(s)? Why would a person come to a overclocking website and ask technical AV questions? Would you ask hardware questions at a grocery store? Would you go to Home Depot and ask questions about pet food? Would you go to a car dealership and ask questions about airplanes? Would you go to a comic store to buy baby food?

I think it's more than kind to direct them in the right direction. As I already posted a link to head-fi.org. If a person cannot distinguish simple fundamental functions as to go where for what, that person is beyond help.

For Laptops/Notebooks there's: NotebookReview
For CD/DVD/Blu-ray burning there's: Club CDFreaks
For Audio & Video conversation/editing there's: VideoHelp
For Headphone lovers there's: Head-Fi
For Codecs there's: Free-Codecs

I have bookmarked forums for every category you can think of therefore I have not run into a problem I could not solve, yet. And all this was done with a simple GOOGLE SEARCH.

The internet is a tool for increased human productivity. Seems like it's doing otherwise.
I'd rather let ShaveWithALightsaber answer for himself on this one. Perhaps he can help you understand why he asked here instead of finding the answer on his own. Perhaps he can shed some light on the whole question of "why would you ask Overclock.net such questions?"

I mean, if you have to ask such questions, then why bother having all of these sub-forums on Overclock.net? Why not just strip Overclock.net down and say "Overclocking-related questions only. For the rest, go find the answer for yourself. If you can't do that, then there's no help for you."

What's so hard about taking the time to type up a reply, just as I did? Did you see me re-directing him to Google or some really awesome AV message board? No, because he came HERE for the question. And since he came HERE for the question, I figured the least that I could do is give him something he obviously expected: an answer from one of us in our own words based on the understanding that we have; not "go find the answer for yourself. And if you can't do that, then you're beyond help."

I could keep going, but again, it's best that ShaveWithALightsaber answers this for himself. And if you don't understand why it's better to type up an answer instead of making them go find the answer on their own, then you're beyond help. I grant you that directing somebody directly to a thread like you did for me is great, however, directing them to a place where they have to go searching for the answer on their own is rude. It's like saying, "I don't want to put any effort into helping you because you wasted my time by asking a question you should have been smart enough to find on your own."
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What's so hard about taking the time to type up a reply, just as I did? Did you see me re-directing him to Google or some really awesome AV message board? No, because he came HERE for the question. And since he came HERE for the question, I figured the least that I could do is give him something he obviously expected: an answer from one of us in our own words based on the understanding that we have; not "go find the answer for yourself. And if you can't do that, then you're beyond help."
That's the problem, your mentality of "since he/she is already here just feed him/her a answer regardless if it is the most knowledgable one". Most people on OCN act like they know when they obviously don't. I see these people post every single day only for someone with actually experience and knowledge put them in their place.

Judging from your reply you don't strike me as a independent person with real world work experience because in the real world you don't give a customer a partial answer based on your partial knowledge. You refer them to a specialist that can better assist them. Since the OP asked what is Bit-Matched playback/recording I referred him to a audiophile forum where people are much more professional in giving him the correct answer than people here on OCN could about Bit-Matched playback and recording.

IMHO, just because you gave someone a half-assed reply/answer doesn't mean I have to. Providing people with half an answer is the root cause of misinformation.
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That's the problem, your mentality of "since he/she is already here just feed him/her a answer regardless if it is the most knowledgable one". Most people on OCN act like they know when they obviously don't. I see these people post every single day only for someone with actually experience and knowledge put them in their place.

Judging from your reply you don't strike me as a independent person with real world work experience because in the real world you don't give a customer a partial answer based on your partial knowledge. You refer them to a specialist that can better assist them. Since the OP asked what is Bit-Matched playback/recording I referred him to a audiophile forum where people are much more professional in giving him the correct answer than people here on OCN could about Bit-Matched playback and recording.

IMHO, just because you gave someone a half-assed reply/answer doesn't mean I have to. Providing people with half an answer is the root cause of misinformation.
Then it's pointless to continue this conversation, isn't it?
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I'd rather let ShaveWithALightsaber answer for himself on this one. Perhaps he can help you understand why he asked here instead of finding the answer on his own. Perhaps he can shed some light on the whole question of "why would you ask Overclock.net such questions?"

I mean, if you have to ask such questions, then why bother having all of these sub-forums on Overclock.net? Why not just strip Overclock.net down and say "Overclocking-related questions only. For the rest, go find the answer for yourself. If you can't do that, then there's no help for you."

What's so hard about taking the time to type up a reply, just as I did? Did you see me re-directing him to Google or some really awesome AV message board? No, because he came HERE for the question. And since he came HERE for the question, I figured the least that I could do is give him something he obviously expected: an answer from one of us in our own words based on the understanding that we have; not "go find the answer for yourself. And if you can't do that, then you're beyond help."

I could keep going, but again, it's best that ShaveWithALightsaber answers this for himself. And if you don't understand why it's better to type up an answer instead of making them go find the answer on their own, then you're beyond help. I grant you that directing somebody directly to a thread like you did for me is great, however, directing them to a place where they have to go searching for the answer on their own is rude. It's like saying, "I don't want to put any effort into helping you because you wasted my time by asking a question you should have been smart enough to find on your own."
I agree.

And not only that...

I actually found this thread by using my friend Google, searching for "bit matched playback".

Is that irony?

I used the proposed solution, unknowing of this thread at that time, so I found this thread where one answer to the question I googled was to do just that.
Edited by coolaid - 8/2/09 at 3:24pm
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I agree.

And not only that...

I actually found this thread by using my friend Google, searching for "bit matched playback".

Is that irony?

I used the proposed solution, unknowing of this thread at that time, so I found this thread where one answer to the question I googled was to do just that.
ROFL nice. I love when this happens! Welcome to Overclock.net, coolaid!
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LOL i googled bit-matched playback to find out how to use it on foobar, this thread is the first result!
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LOL i googled bit-matched playback to find out how to use it on foobar, this thread is the first result!
hehehe I love when Google brings me right back to OCN.
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no, it actually doesn't, the entire point of let me google that for you, is to bash people for not searching them selves. Optical, your link simply goes straight to the let me google that for you main page, but you never generated a page to search something for him...

where as the other link "searches" for "Bit Matched", if you wait and watch it you'll see it. if you don't it could be a browser issue on your end.

Funny, googling is what brought me to this thread....
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