Wednesday News: May 1

Wednesday News: May 1

The audiobook and physical book “debate” has been around since audio books came around. Some people say only succesful people listen to audio books, others listen to it because of a physical impairment, or because they don’t have time to sit down and read a book.

How do you prefer to read your books?

James Tate Hill wrote a great article about audiobooks, and defends their use for “normal” people.

Audiobooks are not lesser versions of reading and are not only for “successful people.”



Wednesday News: Dec. 19

I havent come up with a catchy title for this one yet so I’m looking for some input.

I read this article last week and I thought it was really interesting.

I’ve never really gotten into audio books but I have listened to a few, but it was really interesting to see that audiobooks and normal reading are beneficial in different ways.

I think audio books can be really beenficial, and I never thought about how beneficial they can be for someone with dyslexia.

Do you listen to audio books? If so why? Let me know in the comments or shoot me an email. (also give me ideas for a catchy Wednesday News item headline please)

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