The first audiobooks were invented for blind Americans in the 1930s

Long before they were used for music, long playing records (LPs) were used almost exclusively for audiobooks. These audiobooks were distributed to blind Americans in the 1930s and 40s. And in fact, it was effectively illegal for sighted persons to listen to LP audiobooks from 1934 until 1948, due to licensing… » 8/13/14 3:39pm 8/13/14 3:39pm

FALTIMA 010 Saves LPs to Just About Anything

The Faltima 010 (we refuse to the the all caps brand name for this article) is not just another record player that can digitize your old LPs. It's a record player that can digitize your old LPs to MP3s and put them on anything. Users can save music to CD, USB devices (the company claims straight to your DAP), and even… » 10/05/07 8:31am 10/05/07 8:31am