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Solving the MP3 Dilemma

Well, here’s a cool example of a public library taking the bull by the horns. Oshawa Public Library has begun offering access to over 90,000 tracks of classical music for the serious listener and musician for free to their community. Learn more here. As reported in the Toronto Star, it costs the library a small amount (less than $5K) and they also offer some spoken word recordings as well. Combine this with services from Audible.com and Overdrive and your library is running on steroids!
Stephen

Posted on: August 3, 2005, 5:21 pm Category: Uncategorized

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