November, 2005

Psmith in the City – Chapters 10-12

Posted on November 25, 2005 by | Posted in Blog, Podcast | Comments: Comments Off

Happy belated Thanksgiving!

Here’s our tech guru reading the next installment of Psmith:

Psmith in the City – Chapters 10-12
mp3 audio file: Psmith in the City, Chapters 10-12
Written by: P. G. Wodehouse
Read by: Chris G.
Bit rate: 64 kbps
Psmith in the City LibriVox catalog page (for Ogg, 128kbps & a zip of the entire book)

Next up (Monday): Chapters 13, read by Aaron.

Please send us an email (librivox AT yahoo D0T ca) to let us know what you think of our recordings, and note, LibriVox is always looking for NEW VOLUNTEERS…

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Volunteer List Growing

Posted on November 24, 2005 by | Posted in News | Comments: Comments Off

I posted last Thursday about reaching 100 members … well, in the past week we grew by 27% 30%, and we’ve now got 127 130 members listed in our user forum.

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Psmith in the City – Chapters 7-9

Posted on November 24, 2005 by | Posted in Blog, Podcast | Comments: Comments Off

You may not know this, but in addition to being a fine reader, Kara is the force behind the cataloging and orgainization of all the books at LibriVox: she’s the one who makes the catalog pages look pretty and who uploads our files to archive.org (not an easy task, I assure you).

In any case, here she is bringing Psmith, Mike and the rest to life in a stellar reading of:

Psmith in the City – Chapters 7-9
mp3 audio file: Psmith in the City, Chapters 7-9
Written by: P. G. Wodehouse
Read by: Kara
Bit rate: 64 kbps
Psmith in the City LibriVox catalog page (for Ogg, 128kbps & a zip of the entire book)

Next up (Friday): Chapters 10-12, read by LibriVox scripter and technology backbone-maker: Chris G.

Please send us an email (librivox AT yahoo D0T ca) to let us know what you think of our recordings, and note, LibriVox is always looking for NEW VOLUNTEERS…

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how-to: podcast

Posted on November 23, 2005 by | Posted in News, recording tips | Comments: Comments Off

If you’re wondering what podcasting is all about, have a look at this: Verbalism: Podcast How To – Screencast.

And if you prefer to read about it, I’ve put up a tutorial on my own site, here: Hugh’s Podcasting 101

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