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Old 08-10-2012, 05:25 PM   #11
Wald07
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Originally Posted by ApK View Post
Even the best text-to-speech gets old and boring fast, if not out-right painful.
Now, I deeply respect Stephen Hawking, as he is an amazing man...but I find the text-to speech function on my K3G-keyboard a lot like having Mr. Hawking reading to me. (Especially poor for romance novels, prolly ok for science textbooks...)

Agreed. A good audiobook is a fantastic treat.

I'd only suggest commissioning an audio book production after an e-book has been quite successful. Only my 2c worth....
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