An anagram of Matthew Obert
I’m working on an elaborate site redesign for a client who makes extensive use of Google AdWords for targeted web ads. The client has dozens of AdWords campaigns, each of which contains dozens of ads; clickthroughs are directed to several landing pages on the client’s site.
I need to tread lightly when making changes to the site structure, because if a “Destination URL” becomes invalid, all of the client’s Google AdWords campaigns will be suspended until the situation is rectified.
Here’s “Myra Eels, Librarian” — an old four-track recording of my own invention (previously released on “The Library Album” — a fundraising effort for the Providence Community Library, organized by Not About The Buildings back in 2007) which I used as the audio source for my Ogg Vorbis to MP3 transcoding adventure last night.
Bonus points if you know who Myra Eels was — besides (duh, obviously) a librarian.
Aside: Encoded with Ogg Vorbis, the same song has a smaller file size, and it sounds better — but Tumblr wouldn’t let me upload that file, because it’s not an MP3. How fortunate that the point of the whole exercise last night was figuring out how to transcode the track to a Tumblr-accepted format!