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Audible Provides a Real World Alternative to E-books

Dave Aiello wrote, "In his Anchordesk column today, David Coursey talks about Audible, the audiobook service that delivers content via a fairly liberal digital rights management scheme. Coursey says that he likes Audible and finds it a much more to his liking than so-called e-books."

"I am a major audiobook fan and I was an Audible listener before they figured out how to deliver their content to MP3 players that are purchased independently. This is a great service if you like audiobooks. You can buy many of the audiobook titles that are typically found at Borders or Barnes & Noble for less via Audible. You can also do it from your desktop and take delivery immediately."

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