paul wheaton wrote:It would still be easier if it turns out that one format is the simple "one, true format" and we just go with that.
My vote would be 35 .mp3's
Then .OGG (Dont do this. Its a FOSS format but not everything can play it).
And last .m4b.
The main reason to go with the MP3s everything can play it I could copy it to a cd as a data disk and play it on my 15yr old car radio. Using a format that anyone can play without issue will reduce the complaints and tech issues that could cause people to redownload it or try to get a different format.