We know our ABCs by sight, but could we learn them as machine-generated tones? Elle O’Brien writes about a 1930s-era project to use a machine to convert text into an audible alphabet. Try listening yourself, using the clip in Elle’s piece, as you read (in the conventional way) her story on Medium. image: wintersixfour
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