The internet serves the short story well! Listen to new stories by Hari Kunzru and others, recorded at the Port Eliot Litfest. (For sure the most fun and unstuffy festival of them all, with authors being encouraged to do something other than read from their work. Last year, Hari made cocktails. This year he's "performing".)
The Guardian also recently featured a Summer Reading Special with great short stories from Colm Toibin, William Trevor and William Boyd among others.
I also came across a fabulous collection of short stories read by their authors at Comma Press who aim to create a growing archive of spoken word downloads.
All good stuff and free.
This technophobe is tempted to get an MP3 player or something. (Am I the only person without one?)