Every year, for the last 20 years (since 1986, when I was just 1 year old!), our family has mailed out a family Christmas letter. This year, instead of writing another letter, we were looking for cool toys for two year old boys and found the concept of audio Christmas letters, and instantly decided to do something different: we sent out an audio Christmas letter on CD as well. We’ve been writing letters for 20 years, and it was time to try changing it up a little bit. But old habits are hard to change! We ended up writing our parts, just as we would for a Christmas letter, and reading them out. So we didn’t do anything particularly special with the audio format. But that’s okay; it was different enough to be a change, without straying too far from tradition. If you know us well enough to care, you can Download the mp3 files, or download the wav files (though I don’t know why you would; I just uploaded them so I wouldn’t have to back them up on my hard drive. they’re massive!).
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