I can never get enough audiobooks on my iRiver Clix. We did a review awhile ago on Podiobooks, a way to receive podcast novels. Now, by visiting this website:
you can find a large wealth of audio literature in the public domain (read: the classics) and recorded as audiobooks free. A word of caution though, some are free through iTunes, some from Audible, and others from Librivox. I think you all know my issues with iTunes, and that goes double for Audible. Librivox, however, is a great depository of content. And, as their website at librivox.org explains:
LibriVox volunteers record chapters of books in the public domain and release the audio files back onto the net. Our goal is to make all public domain books available as free audio books.
All the content is released as a Creative Commons license with no restrictions. Awesome! What I especially like about this site is the readers are just folks like us. For instance, my favorite of all time, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, is read by another large forerunner of the open media movement Cory Doctorow. Similar to Lawrence Lessig, Johnathan Zittrain, and others, he released many books under a Creative Commons license. Now he reads some of the classics! Awesome!