Chances are you've had the pleasure of riding in a vehicle outfitted with GPS-assisted voiceover. Chances are they also drove you somewhat crazy! Which is why you choose to read the Tripwire! Jokes. If there's any truth to be found in those first two sentences, relief of some kind may coming your way. Bob Dylan, owner of the world's heaviest songbook and menace to North Jersey, is in talks right now to provide voice talents for automotive GPS systems, telling listeners on his XM show, Theme Time Radio Hour.
I am talking to a couple of car companies about being the voice of their GPS system. I think it would be good if you are looking for directions and hear my voice saying something like: “Left at the next street, no a right - you know what? Just go straight.” I probably shouldn’t do it because whichever way I go I always end up at one place: Lonely Avenue.
He probably shouldn't do it because he's very difficult to understand. Just a thought. (Twenty Four Bit via The Telegraph)