Monday, September 24, 2007

audio books

I found Netlibrary and Project Gutenberg to be non-user-friendly. I typed 1984 under Title Search and came up with nothing. I also looked up Lovecraft under Author Search and came up with zilch. Overdrive seems like a version of the library's own Maryland Digital Library Consortium--which did bring up 1984 under Title Search. Still no Lovecraft, though. I guess there's not much call for ol' H.P.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...


http://www.hear-now-audio-books.com

is user friendly.Audio files from this website are compatible with the software that is already installed on most modern computers.More over it has huge collection of titles.

John Sullivan said...

It wasn't user-friendly when I used it.

Sheryl said...
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Sheryl said...

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