The Critic writes:
It’s something near and dear to my heart, audiobooks provided for free from project gutenberg. Some of decent amateur recordings by people, some are group efforts by people all tackling parts of a big work, and some are (horrible of all horribles) mp3s of audiobooks read by computers. This last category is what is widely available to a lot of blind people who order books from the Library of Congress (at least that last trivia bit is my surmise from what the project’s site had implied). There are also a variety of links there to other for free audiobook sites. Worth a gander.
I didn’t know that Project Gutenberg also made audio eBooks available.