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mingsaque
08-20-2003, 03:53 PM
Hi guys, I joined this audio book club and it's great. I get all of my reading done while driving, working out, on the train, and anywhere I need my hands free. It is wonderful and the mp3 player needed to listen to the books is free. I thought it would be of interest to the book readers on this board. CHECK IT OUT

I finally think my mother was right: listening is the most important of
the senses. I have reached this conclusion because I'm getting smarter
by listening.

Audible (http://www.audible.com/spreadthewords/recruit) has thousands
of audio programs instantly available and portable. Download them,
transfer to a Pocket PC or iPod, and listen anywhere, anytime.

You want to brush up on a foreign language (I can't believe how much
Spanish I've forgotten), Audible is the place to do it. Want to hone your
vocabulary? Spend an afternoon listening to an audio download that
really helps you remember and use new words.
They also have some terrific audio titles on improving memory, public
speaking skills, and negotiating. Audible has a ton of up to date
business titles that'll make you sharper and more competitive. For example,
you can listen to The New York Times Audio Digest on the way into work..
In the last few weeks I've enjoyed listening to [\Wall St. Journal, best sellers, spanish as a second language, tech journals, Oprahs Book Club, and the list goes on.
Audible is priced so you can save up to 80% compared with the same
audio programs on CD or cassette.

If you provide my "user name" [Hakui] when you register
at Audible both you and I will be offered a free month of Audible's
membership service, if you decide to join.

There's a truly incredible offer when you sign up for 12 months of the
AudibleListener plan: claim a FREE Otis MP3 player that plays 17 hours
of spoken word audio -- or take a free download of one of today's best
selling audiobooks. Just go to
http://www.audible.com/spreadthewords/recruit.

Downloading and listening to Audible programs is easy...as easy as
technology gets these days. But more important, I'll be happy to walk you
through the process. http://www.audible.com
Let me know if you have any questions. Once you join Audible, that old
phrase "listen and learn" really makes sense.

All the best,

ming]

P.S. Don't forget to enter my user name [Hakui] when
you register.