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ASSISTIVE MEDIA MARCH ISSUE

From: David Erdody <derdody@umich.edu>
Date: Sat, 14 Mar 1998 15:12:30 -0500
Message-ID: <350AE4A8.2190@umich.edu>
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Assistive Media is a non-profit entity that produces professionally
narrated audio recordings of literary works accessible via the Realaudio
Player. This service has been developed for persons with text reading
disabilities.

http://www.assistivemedia.org/am.html

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MARCH 98 features are

Neruda and Borges
by Alastair Reid
copyright 1996: The New Yorker Magazine
read by Matthew Camp
total time 62 minutes

Rebecca West's War
by Brian Hall
copyright 1996: The New Yorker Magazine
read by Stephanie Ann Pascaris
total time: 56 minutes 

The Age of Social Transformation
by Peter F. Drucker
copyright 1994: Harper's Magazine
read by David Erdody
total time 85 minutes

A Fugitive From Injustice
by Mary Ann Weaver
copyright 1994: The New Yorker Magazine
read by S. Gopikrishna
total time: 70 minutes 

Motherearth: Mother Board
The epic story of wiring the planet
by Neal Stephenson
copyright 1996: Wired Ventures Ltd.
read by David Erdody
total time: 4 hours 40 minutes 


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