Sounds like a space ship. "Beam me up, Larry!
Yes, we could call it the bubble port.
>>> slicht@xxxxxxxxx Wednesday, July 13, 2005 7:00:39 PM >>> What about it, APH staff? A Bookport for the shower?
At 02:15 PM 7/13/2005, you wrote: >Now that's what we need, a waterproof BookPort! Thanks for making me
>think of this! Grin! > >-----Original Message----- >From: bookport-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx >[mailto:bookport-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Debbie Crafts >Sent: Wednesday, July 13, 2005 2:14 PM >To: bookport@xxxxxxxxxxxxx >Subject: [bookport] Re: How do you use you Book Port? > >Hello, >My listening habits have changed quite a bit since I discovered >podcasts. I used to devote over 75% of my listening time to audiobooks, >about 10% to text, and the rest to spoken-word entertainment such as >vintage radio shows and the like. Now it's over 50% podcasts, maybe about >20% audiobooks, and the rest unchanged. I listen to some music podcasts, >but do not copy much music-only content to the Bookport. My Bookport goes >with me wherever I go (except for the shower--I do have some limits >believe it or not) and I've been known to call "pockets" "the Bookport
>holder". From the time I get up until it lulls me off to sleep, my >Bookport is an integral part of my life. It is my tranquilizer while I >wait impatiently for my rides, my news source during non-busy times at
>work, and my escape hatch once I get home. Not that I don't have a full >life doing lots of other things. But in the gaps (and there are always >gaps) the Bookport is kept quite busy! > >Debbie Crafts >Framingham, MA >debbiecrafts@xxxxxxxxxxxxx >Skype: DCrafts >-----Original Message----- >From: bookport-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx >[mailto:bookport-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of James Nuttall >Sent: Tuesday, July 12, 2005 9:50 AM >To: bookport@xxxxxxxxxxxxx >Subject: [bookport] How do you use you Book Port? > >So far most of the time I use my Book Port for reading audio MP3 books. I >was wondering if people could give me feedback on the following questions. > >What percent of the time do you listen to audio books? >What percent of the time do you use text-to-speech to listen to books or >materials? > >But percent of the time do you listen to music MP3's? > >How often do you use your Book Port? > >Thanks for the feedback -- Jim -- Michigan
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