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  • Back to physical books

    I've been a long-time user of Kindle and Audible, with a few physical books thrown in here and there in an attempt to determine my preference between physical or digital formats. I think the truth is that I like both, as each has its advantages. Digital is convenient. There is no doubt that the … read more

  • Immersion Reading helps me focus

    I’ve found the Immersion Reading option through the Kindle app has been very valuable. This feature allows you to both read and listen to a book at the same time. I find that when I’m only reading with my eyes, my mind tends to wander, regardless of whether I’m using a Kindle or physical … read more

  • Not actively using knowledge from reading

    And if they are reading books to learn things, they’re not doing anything with it. And when I say they’re not doing anything with it, they’re not actively adding it to a philosophy of practice, understanding it from an awareness of the evidence, the research, the basis of where it comes from. And I would argue many of them wouldn’t be able to have a solid argument with the points that they have consumed from whatever books they are.

    Danny and Jon argue that reading books is a waste of time. I don’t agree but they have some good points.