The only surviving recording of Virginia Woolf’s voice, in which she talks about writing and the craftsmanship of language. Transcript, well worth the read, here.
Gertrude Stein reads from The Making of Americans, 1934-1935.
“The world’s first degree in computer science…was offered in 1968. Which means, the oldest person having a degree in computer science is 39 years old. And the average age of professionals at Apple is 30.”
The “lost” Steve Jobs speech from 1983. Also see this “lost” PBS documentary about Steve Jobs and NeXT.
Flannery O’Connor reads ”A Good Man is Hard to Find” in a Southern accent so delicious you could drink it