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Listen to Your Emails and Word Docs

MagneticTime announced the MT1 software for iPod, PC, PDA and cellphone, which lets you listen to your emails and Word documents in MP3 format while traveling, commuting or even exercising.

Perfect for busy business executives, gadgeteers and students, MagneticTime�s MT1 allows you to listen to your Outlook, Outlook Express & Word documents like �songs,� since they are automatically converted to MP3 files on your iPod, cellphone, PDA or PC. MT1�s audio files are designed to take advantage of the standard functions of any MP3 player, so emails and documents can be played, paused, stopped, skipped back & forward, and filed in Playlists, etc.

MT1 is a day-to-day personal and business tool, allowing users to catch up with key work or listen to messages from friends or relatives while commuting to or from work. In addition, MT1 can be used for applications, such as training, speech preparation, corporate communications and education. The MP3 files created by MT1 can even be stored on a central server for general employee or student access or saved on CD or DVD for distribution.

�The implications for corporate communications, training, and education are profound. Several universities in the U.S. are looking at using the iPod as a means to distribute course content to students, such as for the recordings of lectures,� said Richard O�Donnell, CEO MagneticTime. �The MT1 series takes that approach a step further by allowing any Word-based course content to also be converted to voice.�

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