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Submission + - Audiobook project Telltale Weekly turns five->

Alex writes: "Audiobook project Telltale Weekly/Spoken Alexandria, first discussed at Slashdot in 2004, has turned five years old. The project sells MP3, Ogg Vorbis, and AAC spoken word audio for five years, and then frees the audio under Creative Commons licenses. Most recent free release from the early days: an unabridged narration of The War of the Worlds, originally available for eight bucks."
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Comment This reminds me of my Commodore 64 (Score 1) 428 428

Kept "overheating" or something, and the store kept saying it was the programs I was using and then the power supply. So we kept swapping them out until they wouldn't let me anymore. The period between startup and crash would start at a few hours and inevitably get down to a few minutes, until I was never sure whether I should PRINT or SAVE my file because either one might increase the chances of a crash...

Gosh that takes me back... or is it forward? That's the trouble with time travel, you never can tell." -- Doctor Who, "Androids of Tara"

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