This Audiofy audiobook chip packs Richard Kiley's full 3 hour reading of "A Connecticut Yankee" on a tiny memory card. A single Audiofy audiobook chip, hardly larger than a stamp, holds a complete digital audiobook, and saves the last listening position automatically, unlike CDs. With an SD memory card slot or adapter - like those for digital cameras - this Audiofy audiobook chip can be played on Microsoft Windows and Apple Macintosh desktop computers or laptops (Microsoft Windows XP/2000/Me/98, or Apple Mac OS X 10.3.9 and above) or transferred to Apple iPod media players. Audiobook chips also move seamlessly to most Palm OS and Pocket PC handheld PDAs with SD expansion slots, as well as Treo and Windows Mobile "smartphones" (Palm OS 5.2 or Windows Mobile 2002 and above)... A blow on the head sends this practical Yankee, the superintendent on a Connecticut arms factory, clear back to King Arthur's court in medieval England. There his Yankee ingenuity and knowledge of scientific inventories startle the Knights of the Round Table. In the course of describing his hero's adventures, Twain, the great satirist of his age, takes the opportunity to make objects of mirth out of the ways of the Old World, the chivalry of knights, and the pomposity on kings. The Connecticut Yankee stays around the Age of Chilvalry long enough to marry and have a child until another blow on the head hurls him back into his own time. Richard Kiley is widely known as the creator of the title role in Man of La Mancha for which he received a Tony Award for "the most distinguished performance by a musical star." His first significant employment was to under-study Anthony Quinn in the touring company of A Streetcar Named Desire and later take over the role of Stanley. His films include The Blackboard Jungle, Eight Iron Men, The Phoenix City Story, The Little Prince, Looking for Mr. Goodbar and Endless Love.