According to a survey made by the Skype firm, awareness of net calling technology is steadily growing in Britain.

Almost half of those questioned said they knew they could make cheap phone calls via the net using the so-called voice over IP (Voip) technology.

The research pointed that those aged over 55 were the most likely to use the net to keep in touch with their relatives and friends. By contrast only 36% of 16 to 24-year- olds said it was their preferred route.


There are 2 new funny jokes which were updated yesterday (Sep 21, 2005). Enjoy and be sure to read others if you haven’t read them yet !

- What the Hell does Bill Clinton Want?

- Computer Joke – Bill Gates Demo

If you have any funny stuff to share with other Community members, don’t hesitate to email us at community@audio4fun.com

On September 13th 2005, Audio4fun Community updated his new interface and content with special offers for members.

Check out Audio4fun Community. Enjoy new Funny Stuff with new funny flash corner and tell us how you feel.

Be sure to browse other pages in Community. They’re all worth your time:
- Music: Funny sounds, funny song parodies, funny ringtones, Fun Sound Contest…
- Holiday: A holiday e-card is an easy way to touch people’s hearts on special days.
- Anniversary gifts: See what you can have today!
- Packages: Download packages to refresh your Voice Changer Software.
- More fun with Audio4fun Community. Cheer up your day!

After a drawn out period of suspense, Apple has finally unveiled its iTunes-enabled phone. The device, manufactured by Motorola and named ROKR, will be carried by Cingular Wireless in the US. Additionally, various other mobile operators will carry the device outside of America, including British carriers O2, Orange, Virgin Mobile, and BT Mobile. “The Motorola ROKR represents the ultimate convergence of mobile communications and music,” said Ed Zander, chairman and CEO of Motorola. “Fusing iTunes with your always-with-you mobile phone, we’re revolutionizing the way the world experiences mobile self-expression and entertainment.”


We’ve had Prog-Rock revivalists (Radiohead) and Disco Punksters (Franz Ferdinand and hundreds of others), so what’s next? The next popular musical trend will be “Mother Polka,” – a combination of gangsta rap and accordion music – think Walter Ostanek meets Tupac Shakur. This trend, like the previous ones, will produce dozens of lame copycats and fizzle into obscurity within two years.

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