Jan 312017
 

The Upstarts Audiobook | Brad Stone | Audible.com:

“The Upstarts: How Uber, Airbnb, and the Killer Companies of the New Silicon Valley Are Changing the World

Written by: Brad Stone

Narrated by: Dean Temple

Length: 10 hrs and 42 mins 

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date:01-31-17

Publisher: Hachette Audio”

*Looking forward to listening to this book.

May 262014
 

What a pleasant surprise to find. I was just coming to cancel my subscription that renews each month on the first. Today is May 26.

 

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May 222014
 

This book looks interesting.

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While reading The Wall Street Journal today, I came across a review for a new book. It’s interesting and I’ll consider buying it. Perhaps this would make for a great listen. It’s not clear if it’s available on Audible.

May 142014
 

 

Customer Reviews Audible com

 

With so many people willing to participate in large, networked endeavors, maybe we really are on the cusp of finding new ways to fund and perform scientific research.


Just stumbled upon a review by Pam. Saw a different book reviewed by her. She wrote succinctly and other reviewers liked her style too. I decided to see more of her reviews. The block quote above from her review reminds me of the book Wikinomics. I haven’t read it yet but my understanding is that it is about bringing diverse and perhaps unorganized people together with digital technologies to work on and solve problems.

I like books narrated by Walter Dixon. While checking his catalog of narrated books I came upon the book American Nations: A History of the Eleven Rival Regional Cultures of North America on Audible which is where is saw a review by Pam.


Notes: Added both Reinventing Discover and American Nations to my Audible Wish List.

Jun 242013
 

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The above image shows my listening pattern for audio programming, mostly books, listened to in the Audible app.

As I recall from previous summers, listening time is greatly reduced. During the summer there is much more ongoing interaction with the people I work with making audio programming harder to consume. My expectation is that come September, when I resume mostly working alone, the time I spend with audio programming will return to around 30 hours a month.

May 232013
 

A new book by Mitch Joel, Ctrl Alt Delete, was featured in book email. Looked on Amazon first, saw there was an Audible version. One credit used to buy it on the spot.

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