On 1 December 2011 15:41, David Riley <fraveydank at gmail.com> wrote:
On Dec 1, 2011, at 10:23 AM, TeoZ wrote:
transcripts available, at all? Life is too short for
listening to podcasts...
No different then listening to the radio while you work on something.
I can't do that for the most part, actually. ?Not with talk radio or anything I
actually want to listen closely to (music I already know makes for fine background noise).
?When I'm programming or reading, I end up getting distracted and missing whatever was
on the show, so I can pretty much only do it when soldering things or driving.
My theory is that with reading and programming, the language centers of my brain are
already occupied and do a rather poor job of timesharing. ?I can't listen
to/participate in a conversation and program at the same time (though I can occasionally
fake it with my wife :-)).
That's pretty much exactly what I was going to say. And the driving
part doesn't feature for me, as I don't have a car and never have had
since I got a drivers' licence at age 37. Nor, come to that, does the
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