What verb can represent both reading a book and listening to an audiobook? Let’s look for a medium-insensitive verb. We don’t care if it’s a regular paper book, ebook, audiobook, braille, smell book or direct-to-brain book transfer (I’m futureproofing the hell out of this article).
You probably had this book recommended to you a hundred times. This is going to be a 101st.
This amazing book includes lessons about personal branding, cold calling techniques, organizing parties & events, offers inventive networking tricks for conferences, and explains the benefits of staying in touch with friends, colleagues and acquaintances.
http://audiotag.info Recognize song from unknown mp3 file. Also checkout https://audiowatermarking.info/ – it’s possible to hide data within the music file. https://www.financialsamurai.com/be-rich-not-famous/ “…natural tendency to want to tell everybody about your success. Look at me. I am so great! The more you share, the more addicted you become to the attention…”
I keep recommending Spark everywhere and to everyone. Wanna have a scientific reason to exercise? Read the book. Are you moody? Read the book. Are you getting old? Guess what. Yeah. Read the book. Wanna perform better at school or work? Read it.