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June 19, 2009

Audiobooks, does it count as reading?

I don't read for pleasure, I read for utility. I like to learn, I just don't enjoy reading. Given that I have periods in the day I like to do exercise, monotonous exercise - it's where I zone out and relax - I decided to try an audiobook. Kind of pricey, but so far it's been interesting. I'm "reading" a selection in history now, John Battelle's "The Search: How Google and Its Rivals Rewrote the Rules of Business and Transformed Our Culture." It's an interesting experience.

I should be listening to it now instead of boring you all with this drivel. Pride parade tomorrow - we'll all be there.

I really want a iphone 3S too.

3 comments:

Auntie Denise said...

Wow - this is strange, but maybe not. I don't read for pleasure either. I also read to learn. You should see my library listings. I just love to learn - about all kinds of things. Some strange, some not. Interesting.

Lexi said...

They have audiobooks at the library, don't they?

My trouble is, these kids are always getting into something, so I have to keep my ears tuned to their mischief. Audiobooks, iPods...all out.

Dave said...

Yes, for a second I mixed up Audible's offering's from the simple books on CD at the library. I actually reserved a selection from Ann Coulter. Not much of a waiting list from Whetstone - surprising.