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From: alani920 <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] What do you think of StoryCorps?
Date: Sat, 1 Nov 2003 13:13:49 -0800 (PST)
Sounds like an easy way to make a fast buck. I will
wait to hear from the customers.
--- "Annie, The WritingTeacher"
> What do you think of StoryCorps? This business puts
> genealogy kiosks and
> recording booths in train stations where people pay
> around $10 to record
> their genealogy or life story and get a CD in return
> from the recording
> booth slot with their hour recording of their
> genealogy stories. They have a
> Web site under StoryCorps. I noticed a lot of
> recording booths for
> genealogy-based and oral history based recordings
> are springing up in public
> places like kiosks at train stations and other high
> foot traffic areas and
> amusement parks, etc. What do you think of it?
> Anne Hart
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