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LibriVox on Six Pixels of Separation

Posted on March 25, 2007 by | Posted in in the press, News, on the web | Comments: 1 Comment on LibriVox on Six Pixels of Separation

There’s an impromptu interview with me about LibriVox on Mitch Joel’s Six Pixels of Separation Podcast. The interview is right near the end, at 43:45.

In a nice, um, twist, the interview took place in the back stacks in the basement of the Atwater Library, where I serve on the Board. The books make for great sound dampers. I was pitching another project, the Atwater Digital Literacy Project to Mitch, and I convinced him to join the Advisory Committee.


techaddress interview

Posted on December 19, 2006 by | Posted in in the press, News, Uncategorized | Comments: 1 Comment on techaddress interview

TechAddress is a site about “Internet startup companies and technology … researching existing product advancements, VC investments, social networking and Web 2.0 news.” They wanted to know a bit about LibriVox, and we obliged: see, interview here.


LibriVox: Featured Commoner

Posted on December 5, 2006 by | Posted in in the press, News, Uncategorized | Comments: Comments Off on LibriVox: Featured Commoner

The folks at Creative Commons did a little write up on LibriVox to be found here:
Featured Commoner: LibriVox.


LibriVox celebrates UN Day

Posted on October 24, 2006 by | Posted in Blog, in the press | Comments: Comments Off on LibriVox celebrates UN Day

LibriVox is a cross-cultural, multi-lingual, geographically dispersed project; you could almost call us the United Nations of volunteer-based free public domain audio literature projects. So in order to celebrate United Nations Day (Oct 24), we just released the:

Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Read in 21 languages including Korean, Afrikaans, and Waloon.

And Boing Boing likes it!


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