I woke up, ate my breakfast, turned on my computer, logged in, entered the Librivox and there I saw... a fresh and warm, just-off-the-press, anniversary podcast installment. Sooo cool
A few random remarks:
I enjoyed listening to Hobbit and Cat talking about their Librivoxing. I wish there had been a question about Cat's possible plans to record more in Welsh. I suppose there aren't that many audiobooks in this language. And then, Celtic languages fascinate me for some reason even though I've never tried learning any of them.
The moment Phil mentioned his method of reading by visualising his grandchilden listening to him, and then said that sometimes it doesn't work because the book may be too deep, I immediately thought about "Sex Life of the Gods"
It was also great to hear a bit about the Mellon Grant. I understand that, as Tricia said, some improvements will only be noticeable to the admins, but I really hope that the "general public" will benefit too
And then I guess I'm a bit different than at least some of our readers/listeners, because I can't imagine listening to an audiobook while doing somethig else. I would lose the thread very fast...
I'm glad Masa-san has contributed. He is just so incredibly active and efficient! I must admit that the moment I saw the info about the plans to include the reminiscences of the new volunteers, I had a plan to message him and point him to this project, but I can see that he contributed anyway