Here's a very interesting idea to give books soundtracks - a good use of modern technology to improve something very traditional.
Here's a very interesting idea to give books soundtracks. I wonder if it would actually get more people readings, but it would certainly add a cool element for existing readers.
It would give ebooks another edge over the physical kind, as if they didn't have enough of an advantage, but it's a good use of modern technology to improve something very traditional.
I can't help but feel they could have used a better soundtrack for the video...
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