I originally created this post on 10-10-10 using a free account at Audio Acrobat Dot Com for sound … but (alas) there was no way for others to listen. I’ve been seeking answers to this problem but have found none within my free Audio Acrobat account yet … but I’ve not stopped trying either.
In the meantime (as an alternative) … this morning I’ve created and added an audio link using Free Conferencing Dot Com and methinks sound IS possible now … but only by using your own computer’s Media Player. Methinks you’ll need to right click on the audio link to open it in another window where you’ll need to click on it again. Then click back on THIS original window to see the visual images of my ‘flo po’ pieces.
If you click on the images themselves, they should ’embiggen’ so you can read the words, but following along with my voice on the computer may be challenging. So … (if you wish to follow along more easily) it might work better to print the two single pages below the double one on paper so you can turn the pages in your hand.
I’m UPDATING this post on 10-22-10 at 11:30 using an Audio Acrobat MP3 file and hoping for the best. Please let me know how this works for you … or doesn’t. It SEEMS to work just fine for me. I’m tempted to remove the awkward links below and may do so eventually, but perhaps it’s good to leave a trail of my journey to adding sound after all.
Scroll down for larger ‘clickable’ views of these two pages if you want to try to follow along.
5-27am Fri 10-08-10 continued 1272795
(This file was created with Free Conferencing Dot Com and uploaded from my computer)
If you have a moment and are willing to provide me with feedback, I’d like to know how this works for you. I’d appreciate knowing what type of computer you’re using (Mac or PC) … which browser … and any other relevant info you’d care to share. This is a work in progress and I’m learning on the go … doing the best I can with what I have available to me currently.
“To avoid criticism do nothing, say nothing, be nothing.” Elbert Hubbard