Judy's Stories - Live!

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You Can Listen to Live Readings Online . . .

Nest Live Online Reading:  ~ TBA

To listen to live sessions streamed on the web click HERE to be connected to my stream, which will be live at 15 minutes before the session is scheduled to begin.

I USE VLC Media Player by VideoLAN, a non-profit organization.  They viewer comes for Mac and Windows. It's really great and works for a lot of things.  If you try VLC, when you click on my stream page, click on the "Listen" tab in the middle of the Shoutcast Panel and a "listen.pls" file will download to your computer.  Open it and your VLC player will connect you to the live voice stream.

IMPORTANT NOTE if you use the media player on your computer. . .You computer's media player must be enabled to listen to streamed media.  In order to be able to listen on your computer or device, you may need to use one of the following applications. Don't wait till story time!:
IF YOU HAVE PROBLEMS getting your media player to work, and VLC does not suit you, consider using an online stream-media player application like RADYO (link here for Windows) to listen in.

Readings in Second Life (c) are offered free to all residents with the invitation show their appreciation, if they desire it, by joining the Seanchai Library Staff in supporting their featured charity.  Stories streamed on the internet are likewise free, and tips to the Seanchai Library charity, or to the Storyteller (donation button in the right hand margin) are gratefully accepted.

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