Schätze des Westens am 21.09.2013 in Stuttgart
Schatzsuche im Stuttgarter Westen:
Setzen Sie die Segel und nehmen Sie Kurs auf den Entdeckungstag am
Samstag, den 21. September 2013!
incl. sehr schönem flyer in print
und aus den 1000 doc-s sind seither einige mehr geworden
On Sun, Aug 18, 2013 at 9:10 PM, Karl Dietz <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> audios ankaux en esperanto.
> exactly 13 pieces
>>> 1000 freie Audiobooks bei LibriVox
>>> LibriVox, the free audio book project has just cataloged it's
>>> 1,000th book: "The Murders in the Rue Morgue," by Edgar Allan Poe
>>> (read by Reynard T. Fox).
>>> LibriVox.org started in August 2005 with a simple objective: "to
>>> make all public domain books available as free audio books."
>>> Thirteen people collaborated to make the first recording, Joseph
>>> Conrad's "Secret Agent."
>> info kam auch via peter suber:
>> *LibriVox releases its 1,000th free audiobook
>> LibriVox <http://www.librivox.org/> just announced
>> <http://librivox.org/2007/10/31/librivox-reaches-1000/> the milestone of
>> its 1,000th free online audiobook. Excerpt:
>> Well, we did it. We just cataloged our 1,000
>> <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1000_%28number%29>th book, and for
>> that a huge thank you must go out to everyone who has ever said or
>> written the word LibriVox. Thank you first to the readers for
>> lending their voices to something wonderful; to the Book
>> Coordinators who pull things together; to the Meta Coordinators who
>> get all this audio up on the net; to the Moderators who keep things
>> running smoothly on our forum. And of course the other people: the
>> proof listeners, the catalog development team, the web site
>> designers and fixers, and all the forum volunteers of every stripe.
>> And more: to our listeners, and supporters, to Dan for keeping the
>> servers running; to the Internet Archive <http://archive.org> for
>> providing hosting for all our media, which makes it all possible; to
>> Project Gutenberg <http://archive.org> (and other public domain
>> projects) for liberating all this wonderful text onto the web....
>> LibriVox.org started in August 2005 with a simple objective: "to
>> make all public domain books available as free audio books."
>> Thirteen people collaborated to make the first recording, Joseph
>> Conrad's "Secret Agent
>> Two years later, LibriVox has become the most prolific audiobook
>> publisher in the world - we are now putting out 60-70 books a month,
>> we have a catalog of 1,000 works, which represents a little over 6
>> months of *continuous* audio; we have some 1,500 volunteers who have
>> contributed audio to the project....We have recordings in 21
>> We are always looking for new volunteers! Come join us.
>> PS: The Open Library <http://www.openlibrary.org/> from the Open Content
>> Alliance <http://www.opencontentalliance.org/> has been using LibriVox
>> x-list - a special list.