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Sunday, September 28, 2003

Free trial of audioBLOGGER powered by audblog

audioBLOGGER is offering a free trial, in the US, to experience the ease of audio posting, ie Audio blogging.

AudioBLOGGER is a service that provides bloggers with the ability to post audio to their blogs from any phone. At the end of the trial sign up and BLOGGER will provide you with the telephone number than connects directly to your blog. All you have to do is call the number and the world hears you. Use it to make a difference. Use it to make your voice be heard.

The trial allows you to create on FREE post, up to 4 minutes in duration.

Then for a full audioBLOGGER subscription of 3 dollars per month, payable via PayPal, you can create 12, four minute audio posts. If you want additional time, you are given the option at the end of each post to record another post. Additional posts may be purchased at any time in blocks of 12 for 3 dollars.

The number that you call is located in the US. BLOGGER have plans to put this service everywhere in the world where there is a blogger blogging. Send them an email at info@audblog if you would like to see the service in your area.

You don't need to be at your computer to audio post, you can audio post from anywhere, to any blog, if you have a phone.

BLOGGER are very excited about speech to text and are currently developing solutions to enable this capability. Also in the works are indexing, categories, and meta-search.

The audblog service is wholly owned and operated by LISTENLAB, LLC.

Any time, anywhere

The World Time Server provides the most accurate current local times of any world clock on the Internet. It makes real time adjustments for Daylight Saving Time. No matter what time zone a country or city is located in, this site provides your best resource for determining any time, anywhere.

DST stands for Daylight Saving Time, also referred to as Summer time. Daylight Saving Time is used in many locations around the world as a time adjustment to local clocks, hoping to take greater advantage of available light during the summer months. World Time Server shows each time as either DST or Standard to show whether the time provided has been adjusted from the Standard time zone rules for this location.

UTC is the Universal Time Coordinate that all locations base their time on. This is also sometimes referred to as Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) or Zulu Time.

You can also keep your pc time accurate with their free atomic clock sync.
# posted by Ingrid J. Jones @ 9/28/2003
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