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Sometimes when I write letters or send cards, it would be
much nicer to actually "speak" the words, rather than write
them, and easier too.
A small recording device could be attached to the card,
which you can tape your personal message on. When
receives it they just press the "play
button" and listen to their
It could be a song, a sad sorry message or a "happy birthday"
card, or maybe a soppy romantic thingy?.
help required Peter!
Apparently there was a UK design exhibition in Grand Central Station and one of the items featured was this paperclip [po, Nov 29 2001, last modified Oct 04 2004]
[st3f, Nov 29 2001, last modified Oct 04 2004]
||I've seen (heard) the ones that play Christmas carols . . . or a part of a Christmas carol. Uses a dinky little chip/device sandwiched into the card stock and plays when you open the card.
||Linky linky; you just gave me a great idia.
||I've read about a recordable paperclip that does what you want, if Peter does not beat me to it I will try to find a link.