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E-books and audio: are you listening?

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ReneCardenas   4/1/2011 1:22:04 AM
More human-like voice moulation for text-to-audio woudl be niece to eventually see implemented for all e-books. There is some to read during idle time that audo would be more practicle than visual media. I dream of my shuffle with all my college material reational science fiction, etc... while jogging... cool ... how soon will it take to get there... I am waiting

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