The first three or four feeds are free, then it's something like $5 a month. Michael McCarty Fred's Head Database Coordinator American Printing House for the Blind Phone: 502 899-2396 Fax: 502 899-2363 www.aph.org www.FredsHeadCompanion.blogspot.com >>> stephen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 10/12/05 10:16AM >>> Is it free Stephen A. Guerra Assistive Technology Specialist Independent Living Aids 200 Robbins Lane Jericho, NY 11753 E-Mail: can-do@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx http://www.independentliving.com http://www.annmorris.com http://www.soundbytes.com Phone: (800) 537-2118 Fax: (516) 937-3906 -----Original Message----- From: blindcasting-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:blindcasting-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of MICHAEL MCCARTY Sent: Wednesday, October 12, 2005 10:13 AM To: blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: Re: odiotogo? You should also look at Talkr, http://www.talkr.com which can translate an RSS feed and deliver it as a podcast. We are using the service on the Fred's Head Companion, the link is below. http://www.FredsHeadCompanion.blogspot.com Michael McCarty Fred's Head Database Coordinator American Printing House for the Blind Phone: 502 899-2396 Fax: 502 899-2363 www.aph.org www.FredsHeadCompanion.blogspot.com >>> bharding@xxxxxxxxxx 10/12/05 10:05AM >>> Is this neat program called odiotogo usable with jaws? I sort of hate to put money down to find out the hard way. I like the idea of RSS feeds of blogs like engadget, geeknews central, etc turned in to audio themselves. Now if the local paper had RSS. The sample on their site sounds like Neospeak, wonder if getting that program for $29 and change puts the voices on the system to be usable with jaws? That may be worth it in itself.