My latest Macworld article, Ripping and Playing Audiobooks, looks at working with audiobooks you get on CDs rather than by download.
“Audiobooks have become increasingly popular as digital music players such as the iPod have become commonplace. While itâ€™s great to listen to music while commuting or exercising, you can use some of that time to listen to your favorite author or the latest non-fiction best-seller. You can download digital audiobooks from the iTunes Store or Audible, but you can also buy audiobooks on CD and add them to your iTunes library. Hereâ€™s how to best deal with those CDs.”Posted: 11/19/2008 by kirk | Filed under: Apple & Mac OS X | Tags: audiobooks | No Comments »