>>725731>that is awesome!
It is pretty cool. Granted the science books are kinda hit and miss with quality but if you like literature, some of the stuff is the same quality you'd get if you bought a book through Audible or something.>twilight would be proud!
Ah, yes. Well, if she's not one of those sorts that feel audiobooks are somehow improper reading. I read almost nothing before audiobooks and now I read a lot, so it's good for me, but some feel tradition (and the lack of access it encourages) has more value than convenience.>find somebody that has a recording studio
I did know someone once, but recording studio + works night shift is an unlikely match. At least it's lucky I make a lot of money at my job (but not enough to buy a recording studio). The night shift does cause you to reflect on how much things sit idle. Split the whole population half-way into day and night shifts and you'd need half the structures...>you are still doing a grand job!
It's nice that you seem to believe in my project. I suppose I have reason to believe as anything I make will be better than the nothing that currently exists. (It's rare to find large holes in media, but [serious] audiobooks for math [or programming] is one such hole.)