Have you ever wanted to ask K.I.T.T. a direct question? Well now’s your chance.
With K.I.T.T.’s voice soon to become available for download on both TomTom and Garmin GPS devices, Navtones has William Daniels coming back in the studio to record additional content to what was already recorded for the Knight Rider GPS. I’m sure you’ve seen over on our landing page or even at the top of this page the 'Submit your name' link so K.I.T.T. can personally address you. Well, if you haven’t already submitted your name I recommend you do. We‘ll soon have Mr. Daniels back in the studio and you wouldn’t want to have missed out.
Now if that wasn’t good enough, along with Knight Rider Online (KRO) we’re running an exclusive 20 question with William Daniels interview series.
Hey guys, a week or so ago I had told you how Navtones had been very busy recording some new character voices. What I didn’t tell you was that we also had David Hasselhoff come in!
That’s right, we had “THE HOFF”, the man, the myth, the legend; right here in our studio doing what the Hoff does.
If you’ve never been to the Burt Reynolds Museum in Florida, I recommend you go before it’s too late.
The museum that houses Burt Reynolds memorabilia could soon be closed. Demolition of the building could even come within the year. The building is located on a 10-acre site set for Harbourside, a $110 million restaurant/hotel/marina complex.
A lot of people don't like Google driving around in their Google cars taking photos with their Google cameras.
It's all done so they can offer 'Google Map Street View', which allows you to look at one of their maps as if you were standing on the actual street. I personally love it and this photo is the reason why. I don't really need to see what a street looks like, as a matter of fact; most streets look the same to me. However, every-now-and-then, Google catches something unexpected.
TomTom looks set to follow up its iPhone app with one for Google's Android operating system the company has implied to Pocket-lint.
Posted by Richard on Friday, August 14, 2009 in
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Navtones has recently been in the studio recording some new and exciting voices.
Of cause we have the very exciting Knight Rider, original voice of K.I.T.T. to come out later this year, but we also have a number of different character voices too.
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Q: Are you surprised, 40 years later, to still be talking about Easy Rider?
A: No. Easy Rider captured a pivotal moment in American history, the end of the '60s. It's like a time capsule. And at the same time, we wanted to make sort of a modern Western, which gives it a timeless quality. I'm proud that people still care about the movie.
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