You will need to
install browser plug-in software to hear these audio clips. Newer versions
of Netscape and Internet Explorer may already have these plug-ins. So, try
the clips first, before you get the plug-ins.
The bad news is that you'll have to download the
plug-ins (yea, I know this is a pain in the @#$, but it's a the only way
to provide audio over the Web without the files being extremely huge).
The good news is that the plug-ins are free. Just
click on the appropriate icon, either QuickTime or RealAudio and you'll
be whisked to the site to get the plug-ins. Follow the instructions and
once you have the plug-ins installed, come back here and enjoy the audio.
And, as an extra bonus, QuickTime 4 lets you add
over 200 digital media capabilities and components to your Mac or PC - including
streaming audio and video. You will be able to access over 30
different file types, including all the major audio and video types
(like WAV, AU, AIFF, AVI and QT). The Quicktime plug-in replaces several
plug-ins that you would need to access all these file types. Now you can
clean out your plug-in folder and save some RAM when youre running your