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catalog said they knew someone who had an app which condensed audiobooks so you could blitz through a huge amount on daily commutes etc.What I keep using ted talks as a shorthand for is the notion that there are shortcuts to being informed. This is a delusional belief monetised by ted talks. Pure wishful thinking. A scam.
What your'e investing in is an ability to blag. To appear to be someone you're not. You borrow someone else opinion. You borrow someone else's reading.
Right exactly. Your 5 a day. See this exhibition. Read this book.The gamification of reading. You get people setting targets and whatnot like you do in the gym, the reading equivalent of "power" naps and "power" walking, logging how many books they've read/listened to in apps.
same could be asked about time spent on dissensus.How much are you actually learning from them? Do you actually retain and make use of any of it? Or are you just being duped into thinking you aren't wasting your time because it's about something that seems productive like science?