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July 15, 2006

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davidtebbutt

Well I did mention the curious intonation. Maybe I shouldn't have said "enjoy" the news.

All the stuff about registration isn't a big deal, which is why I didn't mention it. You only need do it once and it is free.

But it's only a paper substitute if you're driving. Or if you don't want to buy a paper.

Neville Hobson

I'm not too impressed with it, David. A synthesized voice reading the news. Ho hum.

You have to register with the IHT before you can get at the audio files. If you search for IHT in the iTunes store, nothing shows up.

Actually, it's quite interesting how they've done that. Once you do sign up, you choose your news and the site generates a unique iTunes subscription URL which you enter in the iTunes app on your computer, and then you get the MP3 files.

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