parislemon

parislemon:

I actually already listen to a lot of content on my iPhone/iPad but do it using a sort of hack: the speak selection accessibility feature — but that’s essentially Siri reading to you, this is professional voice actors.

I do this too a lot, and on my laptop. The voice is monotonous however and soon becomes white noise and thus I forget I’m even listening. Umano is ok, it’s more human, but I’m not a huge fan of their curation. What if we created a user-generated version. Whereby users would record content as they read them. Potentially, there could be some sort of karma/micro-tip system built-in.

I’ve written about this topic before: A crowd funded news narration and aggregation service.

  1. sioux-me reblogged this from parislemon and added:
    I definitely like it from the whole paying writers side, but I really don’t want to pay to consume content anymore.
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    Audio was one of the things we spent ages looking at for The Week app; it really fits well with mobile devices because...
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    I do this too a lot, and on my laptop. The voice is monotonous however and soon becomes white noise and thus I forget...
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