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Unlimited Audiobooks Subscription from Scribd

2018-03-31T20:18:48Z

I've had a little bit of a revelation recently. That revelation being unlimited audiobooks services! Like many fans of audio books I've been a subscriber to Audible.com for years, getting my one credit per month for $14.95 and amassing a sizable library of audio books over the past decade. Earlier this year the popular e-book and audiobook subscription service Scribd opened up their subscription service to offer unlimited e-books and audiobooks for $8.99/month after a 30 day free trial. I was skeptical of the selection I could get, but then I started browsing around. On Scribd you can browse around without having to create an account or log in to see the different audio books they have to offer. It's easier to browse their offerings on a desktop or laptop computer, but you can also browse on a mobile phone. And you can search for specific audio books on their site as well, sorting results by "Everything" or just "Books" or "Audiobooks". I decided to subscribe and after subscribing I've now got unlimited access to 90,000 audio books and 900,000 eBooks! Check it out for yourself: Browse and Get Access to 90,000 Audio Books on Scribd Scribd works with almost all the major audio book publishers amounting to over 50,000 titles from the following publishers: Penguin Random House Audio (9600 Titles) HarperAudio (4200 Titles) Simon & Schuster Audio (2800 Titles) Hachette Audio (1600 Titles) Macmillan Audio (700 Titles) Tantor Audio (9500 Titles) Recorded Books (9000 Titles) Brilliance Audio (8100 Titles) Christian Audio (1800 Titles) Oasis Audio (1600 Titles) Zondervan Audio (1600 Titles) Highbridge Audio (1400 Titles) Naxos Audiobooks (800 Titles) Thomas Nelson Audio (500 Titles) Listen & Live Audio (500 Titles) Gildan Audio (400 Titles) L.A. Theatre Works (300 Titles) Made for Success Audio (300 Titles) Audio Holdings (300 Titles) Better Listen Audio (200 Titles) Penton Overseas Audio (130 Titles) New World Library (40 Titles) Berlitz Audio (30 Titles) Once I had joined and was into my Scribd account, I started browsing the categories of the site. I began adding dozens of audio books to my saved library, and it was a bit like the first time I added streaming movies to my Netflix queue or starting listening to any album I wanted to on a streaming music service like Spotify. I wasn't just creating a wish list of audio books I would someday like to buy, but I was making a list of audio books that I could access and listen to as much (or as little) as I wanted to immediately! And that's what I've been doing since I subscribed last month. I've been trying out new releases along with audio books that used to be in my Audible Wish List, and I've also listened to titles that I might've never have purchased on Audible. When it came to listening, I found the Scribd app on iOS to be very user friendly and assume that Android is the same experience. The titles are divided up by chapters and the app bookmarks your place wherever you've left off listening on your desktop or mobile app. On your phone you can stream audio books over your mobile network or download them on a WiFi connection for offline listening. The app specifies how large the files are for storing on your phone. While I'm still an Audible.com subscriber since it has the largest selection of audio books at about 180,000 with many titles I can only get there, I've been impressed by Scribd's selection of 90,000 audio books. Some publishers not currently offered on Scribd include Blackstone Audio, Nightingale-Conant, Pimsleur, Phoenix Audio, Sounds True, The Great Courses, Hay House, AudioGO, and, of course, they don't have the titles published exclusively by Audible Studios (which includes about 30,000 audio books). After looking around I discovered Scribd is not the only unlimited audiobooks subscription service currently. Here are a few others: Playster.com - Has 100,000+ audiobooks available unlimited for $14.95/month. They have apps for iOS and Android, but their app is not as well reviewed as Scribd. Otto Radio - I think they started as a radio and podcast app on iOS, but[...]



20 Free Talks by Osho, Star of Netflix's Documentary Wild Wild Country

2018-03-30T08:45:50Z

There is a new 6-hour Netflix documentary series out called Wild Wild Country on the Indian guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh (popularly known as Osho) and the Rajneeshpuram community he and his followers set up in the 1980s in central Oregon. It is a fascinating documentary that covers the drama that unfolded over many years from many perspectives including leading figures within Rajneeshpuram and the surrounding townspeople and law enforcement officials they came into conflict with. What the documentary doesn't cover much is the actual teachings of Osho. We've sold Osho talks on our site for years and have enjoyed his unconventional spiritual wisdom which draws on Eastern philosophy and religion. We recently discovered that these talks are available for free on Spotify as well, so we've embedded them onto our pages for 20 of Osho's talks which we'll list below. OSHO International has also recently uploaded a six-part 4-hour video series by Osho to their YouTube channel entitled: Priests & Politicians: The Mafia of the Soul And here are the 20 free talks featured on Spotify. Please Note: In order to listen to these audio programs you'll need a free Spotify account. You can listen for free with occasional ads and they also have Spotify software for easier listening on your computer. If you want to listen ad-free and on a smart phone and you love music as well, we can't recommend Spotify Premium highly enough. If you don't have Spotify or you want the talks on audio download, we are selling each talk for $4.00 on audio download. 1. 20 Difficult Things to Accomplish in this World 2. Bringing Up Children 3. The Broken Family 4. Compassion, Love, and Sex 5. Emotional Wellness 6. Every Human Being is a Seeker of Truth 7. The Fear of Intimacy 8. Hypnosis in the Service of Meditation 9. Love and Hate: Just Two Sides of the Same Coin 10. The Man With the Inexplicable Life 11. Mind And Body Are Not Two Things 12. The Miracle of Meditation 13. The Philosophy of Non-Violence 14. Reminding Yourself of The Forgotten Language of Talking to Your Mind And Body 15. Watchfulness, Awareness, Alertness 16. What Is Meditation? 17. When Eternity Penetrates Time 18. Why Is Communication So Difficult? 19. You Are in Prison and You Think You Are Free 20. Zen Is a Revolution Take a listen to these Osho talks and decide for yourself about his unique spiritual ideas.... src="https://open.spotify.com/embed/user/learnoutloud/playlist/2rqcbzaPpT1lQs8SFwIQ2N" width="560" height="380" frameborder="0" allowtransparency="true" allow="encrypted-media"> There is a new 6-hour Netflix documentary series out called Wild Wild Country on the Indian guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh (popularly known as Osho) and the Rajneeshpuram community he and his followers set up in the 1980s in central Oregon. It is a fascinating documentary that covers the drama that unfolded over many years from many perspectives including leading figures within Rajneeshpuram and the surrounding townspeople and law enforcement officials they came into conflict with. What the documentary doesn't cover much is the actual teachings of Osho. We've sold Osho talks on our site for years and have enjoyed his unconventional spiritual wisdom which draws on Eastern philosophy and religion. We recently discovered that these talks are available for free on Spotify as well, so we've embedded them onto our pages for 20 of Osho's talks which we'll list below. OSHO International has also recently uploaded a six-part 4-hour video series by Osho to their YouTube channel entitled: Priests & Politicians: The Mafia of the Soul width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/videoseries?list=PLF44XsSXk0yGPShQH2uv_M49Nlksp28tV" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen> And here are the 20 free talks featured on Spotify. Please Note: In order to listen to these audio programs you'll need a free Spotify account. You can listen for free with occasional ads and they also have Spotify software for easier listening on your computer. If you want to listen ad-free and on a smart phone and you[...]



100 New & Notable Podcasts for 2018

2018-03-22T17:32:35Z

In the past few years podcasting has been going through a Renaissance evolving from its origins of talk shows and radio programs to a new era of original content through digital storytelling complete with seasons as binge-worthy as your hottest Netflix show. After seeing this trend, we decided to greatly expand our podcast directory adding 5000 New Podcasts in Our Podcast Directory in January of 2017. We've been continually checking for the best podcasts on iTunes and also discovering amazing ones that aren't making it to the top of iTunes charts. We've recently added 100s of more podcasts and today we're highlighting 100 new and notable podcasts that we've added. As always we're sticking to the best podcasts you can learn from. Enjoy these great new educational podcasts in our directory. We tried to divide them up by categories: PERSONAL & PROFESSIONAL GROWTH PODCASTS: Change Agent Podcast - Podcast by Charles Duhigg, author of the bestselling book The Power of Habit. In the podcast Dughigg sets out to help everyday people solve tough personal problems with the help of novel methods. The Solopreneur Hour Podcast - Interviews with icons and successful game changers on how to become profitably unemployable. The One You Feed Podcast - Conversations about creating a life worth living. Host Eric Zimmer interviews experts on a variety of self help topics. Something You Should Know Podcast - Host Mike Carruthers interviews top experts in their field to bring you fascinating information and advice on a great many topics. From The Heart: Conversations with Yoga Girl Podcast - Yoga Girl Rachel Brathen shares practical and spiritual wisdom along with her guests. Popular Mechanics Most Useful Podcast Ever Podcast - Life hacks from the classic magazine of popular science and technology. Masters of Scale Podcast - Reid Hoffman hosts this educational podcast on how the leaders of the world's biggest companies scaled up to the place they are today with interviews of Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg & Sheryl Sandberg, Netflix's Reed Hastings, and Google's Eric Schmidt. The Goop Podcast - Gwyneth Paltrow's lifestyle brand gets a podcast mostly about health and wellness. Cutting Edge Consciousness Podcast - Older podcast but features interviews with many leading spiritual teachers. Dream Big Podcast - 7-years-old Eva Karpman and her mom Olga Karpman interviews extraordinary achievers like General Stanley McChrystal, inventor Ray Kurzweil, and human guinea pig A.J. Jacobs. Family-friendly inspiration! Getting In: Your College Admissions Companion Podcast - A real-time podcast following a diverse group of New York-area high school seniors through the process of applying to college with plenty of expert advice along the way. Losing 100 Pounds Podcast - Master Weight Loss Coach Corinne has lost 100 pounds and is now coaching you how to lose weight. Daily Meditation Podcast - Meditation coach Mary Meckley answers your questions and guides you on the journey of establishing a daily meditation ritual. The Ultimate Health Podcast - Interview with world-class experts in the health & wellness community. Over 200 episodes to choose from. The Psych Central Show Podcast - Candid chat on many different aspects of mental health & psychology. Pray the Word with David Platt Podcast - Short, daily meditations on prayer featuring teacher, author, and pastor David Platt. Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations Podcast - Oprah Winfrey is now podcasting the conversations from her Super Soul Sunday TV show! Hear 30-60 minute long conversations with some of the most popular authors on spiritual and personal growth. Where Should We Begin? Podcast - Relationship therapist Esther Perel takes you behind closed doors for the stories of 10 anonymous couples. Under The Skin with Russell Brand Podcast - Comedian speaks with guests from the world of academia to help us to see the ulterior truth behind our constructed reality. High Performance Habits Podcast - Late last year the bestselling author and leading personal development [...]



100 Best Librivox Audiobooks from the Past 5 Years

2018-03-09T10:56:21Z

We've recently gone through the last five years of audio book recordings on the free audio books site Librivox.org. The volunteer narrators there have been busy recording over 4,000 titles since we last updated them on our site back in 2014. We will be adding a number of these free audio books to our site soon. For today we've attempted to pick the best of the best in terms of interesting audio books with high quality recordings. Most of these are solo narrations (as opposed to the group narrations with many narrators). For the first 50 audio books we're featuring here, they are not on our site yet so we're linking directly to Librivox. For a few of these titles it's the first time they've ever been on audio book! Enjoy these top recent Librivox recordings: Ancient and Modern Celebrated Freethinkers by Charles Bradlaugh Anthropology by Immanuel Kant The Art of Kissing by Will Rossiter The Book of Good Counsels by Sir Edwin Arnold The Citizen's Almanac The Conduct of Life by Ralph Waldo Emerson A Confession by Leo Tolstoy Cousin Betty by Honore de Balzac The Essentials of Spirituality by Felix Adler The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals by Charles Darwin The Fireside Chats by Franklin D. Roosevelt Fundamentals of Prosperity by Roger Babson The Genealogy of Morals by Friedrich Nietzsche A Guide to Stoicism by St. George Stock Happy Homes and the Hearts that Make Them by Samuel Smiles Henry D. Thoreau by Franklin Benjamin Sanborn History of the World War by Francis Andrew March How to Write a Novel How We Think by John Dewey Indian Home Rule by Mohandas Gandhi An Iron Will by Orison Swett Marden The Jefferson Bible by Thomas Jefferson Life and Times of Frederick Douglass by Frederick Douglass The Life Triumphant: Mastering the Heart and Mind by James Allen The Logic of Hegel by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel The Logic of Vegetarianism by Henry Salt The Madman by Kahlil Gibran Mark Twain: The Complete Interviews by Mark Twain Mark Twain: His Life and Work by William M. Clemens Meister Eckhart's Sermons by Meister Eckhart The Misanthrope by Moliere Musings of a Chinese Mystic: Selections from the Philosophy of Chuang Tzu by Lionel Giles My Reminiscences by Rabindranath Tagore A Narrative of the Life of David Crockett, Written by Himself by Davy Crockett The New Freedom by Woodrow Wilson Noted Speeches of Abraham Lincoln by Abraham Lincoln Nutcracker and Mouse King by E.T.A. Hoffmann The Odysseys of Homer by Homer On the Ends of Good and Evil by Marcus Tullius Cicero The Origin and Development of Psychoanalysis by Sigmund Freud Philosophical Rudiments Concerning Government and Society by Thomas Hobbes Poems of Rilke by Rainer Maria Rilke Political Ideals by Bertrand Russell Poor Richard's Almanack by Benjamin Franklin Presidential Farewell and Last Addresses Revolution and Counter-Revolution in Germany by Friedrich Engels Rights of Man by Thomas Paine The Rough Riders by Theodore Roosevelt Royal Highness by Thomas Mann The Shining Gateway by James Allen Smoke by Ivan Turgenev Some Problems of Philosophy by William James The Soul or Rational Psychology by Emanuel Swedenborg A Study in the Psychology of Religious Phenomena by James H. Leuba Thoughts on Art and Life by Leonardo da Vinci Three Contributions to the Theory of Sex by Sigmund Freud Three Lives by Gertrude Stein The Warren Report on the Assassination of President Kennedy The Way to Will-Power by Henry Hazlitt World English Bible And for our next top 50 new free Librivox audio books, these are titles that were on Librivox already and on our site, but have had a better narration done in the past five years. Previously these books either had a group narration or a solo narration that was not very high quality. We've update the narrator info and RSS feed and links for these titles to point to the new Librivox recording from our site. You can also listen to them all and download them directly on LearnOutLoud at the links below: Acres of Diamonds by Russell H. Conwell The Adventures [...]



The Best Librivox Narrators

2018-03-01T13:39:28Z

Librivox.org continues to be the best resource for free audio books online. Since 2005, Librivox volunteers have now narrated over 11,000 public domain titles with over 8,000 readers! Their community has not only recorded almost every great work of classic literature, but they've dug deep into the public domain, narrating titles that might otherwise never have made it onto audio book. Because of their open copyright, their audio books have been distributed through many sites and apps (including our own). And thanks to Archive.org, the hosting of these audio books is free. While we love any reader who volunteers their time to narrate unabridged audio books, some of the readers at Librivox stand out above the rest, both in terms of the quality of their narration and the technical quality of the recording. To further help you find the best Librivox audio books, we've assembled this short list of "The Best Librivox Narrators" and some of their top solo recordings. We've come up with this list after sampling thousands of their audio books over the years. Also most Librivox audio books are up on YouTube now, and we've gone through the comments of these videos to see which narrators listeners enjoy the most. We've put together a list of videos on our YouTube channel of some of the Best Librivox Audiobooks, which are narrated by many of the readers below: Best Librivox Audiobooks on YouTube Below are our top 15 Librivox narrators in no particular order of greatness. We've included some of their top solo narrations below their name and we're linking to their websites if they have provided ones on Librivox. For a number of these narrators their efforts at Librivox have lead to narrating audio books professionally for titles on Audible.com. Below we're linking to their top titles on our site. If you'd like to see everything they've narrated you can search their names on Librivox.org. Enjoy free audio books from these great readers: 1. ">Audiobooks Narrated by Ruth Golding Her Website: golding.wordpress.com Top Titles She's Narrated: Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte The Speaking Voice by Katherine Everts Mental Efficiency by Arnold Bennett The Art of Money Getting by P.T. Barnum Women in Love by D.H. Lawrence 2. Audiobooks Narrated by Bob Neufeld Top Titles He's Narrated: The Republic by Plato The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson Ethan Frome by Edith Wharton The Art of War by Sun Tzu The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens Notes from the Underground by Fyodor Dostoevsky The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad Common Sense by Thomas Paine On the Duty of Civil Disobedience by Henry David Thoreau Bartleby the Scrivener by Herman Melville A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens 3. Audiobooks Narrated by Cori Samuel Her Website: piratelibrary.com Top Titles She's Narrated: Black Beauty by Anna Sewell The War of the Worlds by H.G. Wells The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne Frankenstein, or Modern Prometheus by Mary Shelley 4. Audiobooks Narrated by Chip Doc Top Titles He's Narrated: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving American Indian Fairy Tales War Is Kind by Stephen Crane 5. Audiobooks Narrated by Karen Savage Her Website: www.karenrsavage.com Top Titles She's Narrated: Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen Persuasion by Jane Austen The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett 6. Audiobooks Narrated by John Greenman (who has taken it upon himself to narrate almost all of the writings of Mark Twain) Top Titles He's Narrated: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe 7. Audiobooks Narrated by Mil Nicholson (who has taken it upon herself to narrate many of the best Charles Dickens novels) Her Website: milnicholson.com Top Titles She's Narrated: Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens Great Expectations by Charles Dickens Bleak House by Cha[...]



65 Free Plays on Audio from L.A. Theatre Works on SoundCloud & Spotify

2018-03-15T08:54:34Z

L.A. Theatre Works is the leading publisher of full cast plays on audio with a catalog of over 500 plays that they now currently offer. The plays they've recorded range from classic works by Shakespeare and Oscar Wilde, to modern classics from Arthur Miller and Neil Simon up to award-winning contemporary plays. Each play features a full cast of professional actors from the stage and screen, with many well known actors such as Richard Dreyfuss, Laurence Fishburne, Anne Heche, John Lithgow, Stacy Keach, Martha Plimpton, and many others. We've been working with them years and currently sell over 250 of their plays on audio download through our site: Over 250 L.A. Theatre Works Plays for only $4.95 on LearnOutLoud.com In addition to selling their plays as audio books they also broadcast them on radio stations across the country and they now have a podcast which features a rotating selection of about 10 free plays that they've recently broadcast: L.A. Theatre Works Podcast Featuring 10 Free Plays as Podcasts Along with the podcast they also have a SoundCloud channel which currently features an archive of about 20 of their plays on streaming audio. We've embedded these plays on our product pages for the following titles which you can now listen to for free on streaming audio through SoundCloud. If you'd like to purchase the play on audio download they're all available for the low price of $4.95. Enjoy these full cast dramatizations of some really great plays: Arcadia by Tom Stoppard Breaking the Code by Hugh Whitemore Doctor Cerberus by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa The Doctor's Dilemma by George Bernard Shaw End Days by Deborah Zoe Laufer Fake by Eric Simonson The Great Tennessee Monkey Trial by Peter Goodchild The Lost World by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1-Hour Dramatization) Lucy by Damien Atkins An Immaculate Misconception by Carl Djerassi Moving Bodies by Arthur Giron The Physicists by Friedrich Durrenmatt Proof by David Auburn The Real Dr. Strangelove by Peter Goodchild Relativity by Cassandra Medley The Ruby Sunrise by Rinne Groff Secret Order by Bob Clyman Top Secret: The Battle for the Pentagon Papers by Geoffrey Cowan War of the Worlds by H.G. Wells (1-Hour Dramatization) And in addition to their free plays on SoundCloud, they also feature 45 free plays on the streaming audio service Spotify! Below we'll list those plays starting with 25 titles that we are currently selling on audio download and have embedded the Spotify player on our page. To open these plays in your Spotify app just click the little green Spotify logo in the player: Twelve Angry Men by Reginald Rose The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde Macbeth by William Shakespeare True West by Sam Shepard The Odd Couple by Neil Simon A View from the Bridge by Arthur Miller Speed the Plow by David Mamet The Grapes of Wrath by Frank Galati in his adaptation of John Steinbeck's novel Crimes of the Heart by Beth Henley Enron by Lucy Prebble Mrs. Warren's Profession by George Bernard Shaw Dinner with Friends by Donald Margulies Antigone by Jean Anouilh (Inspired by the play by Sophocles) The Prisoner of Second Avenue by Neil Simon A Lesson Before Dying by Romulus Linney Six Degrees of Separation by John Guare California Suite by Neil Simon Our Lady of 121st Street by Stephen Adly Guirgus Becket or the Honor of God by Jean Anouilh Lost in Yonkers by Neil Simon On the Waterfront by Budd Schulberg An Ideal Husband by Oscar Wilde M. Butterfly by David Henry Hwang The Real Thing by Tom Stoppard And here are 20 more free plays we aren't selling on audio download, but are just linking to on Spotify and embedding their audio player: American Buffalo by David Mamet Glengarry Glen Ross by David Mamet A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare Hamlet by William Shakespeare As You Like It by William Shakespeare A Doll House by Henrik Ibsen Amadeus by Peter Shaffer The Money Shot by Neil LaBute Red by John Logan In the Heat of the Night by[...]



Greatest Speeches on Free Audio & Video

2018-01-20T09:30:05Z

We've recently gone through and added videos to the 150 great speeches we feature from American Rhetoric. AmericanRhetoric.com is the largest online speech bank which features over 5000 full text, audio, and video versions of public speeches, sermons, lectures, debates, and interviews. From their speech bank we've selected 150 of the most well known speeches they offer on streaming audio and MP3 audio download. We've now added to these pages the videos of the speeches when they are available as many have been uploaded to YouTube or are available on C-SPAN. You can view them all here: Browse 150 of the Best Speeches of All Time from American Rhetoric To see our full collection of free speeches, check out our Free Speeches Audio & Video category: Browse Over 250 Free Speeches on Audio & Video on LearnOutLoud.com We've also decided to permanently make our Great Speeches in History audio book free. You can download this collection of great speeches from throughout history exclusively on LearnOutLoud: Download Our Free Great Speeches in History Audio Book Exclusively on LearnOutLoud.com We also feature many speeches and talks in our over 200 top video programs we selected from C-SPAN: The Best of the C-SPAN Video Library For some of the most popular speeches on our site, here are the top 10 most popular speeches from American Rhetoric: 1. I Have a Dream by Martin Luther King, Jr. 2. I've Been to the Mountaintop by Martin Luther King, Jr. 3. Gettysburg Address by Abraham Lincoln 4. 1993 ESPY Award Address by Jim Valvano 5. A Time for Choosing (aka "The Speech") by Ronald Reagan 6. Remarks on the Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. by Robert F. Kennedy 7. John F. Kennedy: Inaugural Address 8. Beyond Vietnam by Martin Luther King, Jr. 9. The Ballot or the Bullet by Malcolm X 10. D-Day Pre-invasion Address to Soldiers by Dwight D. Eisenhower In addition to these great speeches, you can listen to over 25 one-hour audio books that highlight some of the greatest speeches of the past century. For years now we've been selling the audio books of Speechworks on audio download. Their audio books feature highlights from great speeches of past presidents and notable figures like Sir Winston Churchill, Martin Luther King, Jr., Joe DiMaggio, and Muhammad Ali. Now over 25 of their audio books are available to stream for free from Spotify. We still sell them on audio download but have embedded the albums on Spotify on our these pages. Please Note: In order to listen to these audio books you'll need a free Spotify account. You can listen for free with occasional ads and they also have Spotify software for easier listening on your computer. If you want to listen ad-free and on a smart phone and you love music as well, we can't recommend Spotify Premium highly enough. Apollo 13: The Real Mission Bobby: The Speeches of Robert F. Kennedy Dwight D. Eisenhower: IKE Edward M. Kennedy: Lion of the Senate FDR: Mr. President FDR: Nothing to Fear General Douglas A. MacArthur: Soldier The Greatest Speeches of All Time: Volume I The Greatest Speeches of All Time: Volume II The Greatest Speeches of All Time: Volume III Harry S. Truman: Give 'em Hell, Harry JFK: The Kennedy Tapes JFK: The Kennedy Tapes Vol. II Joe DiMaggio: The Yankee Clipper John F. Kennedy: The JFK Wit Lyndon Baines Johnson: LBJ Martin Luther King Jr.: We Shall Overcome Michael Jordan: An Audio Tribute MLK: The Martin Luther King, Jr. Tapes Muhammad Ali: An Audio Tribute - Beyond the Myth Richard M. Nixon: The Nixon Tapes Robert F. Kennedy: In His Own Words Ronald Reagan: The Great Speeches Vol. 1 Ronald Reagan: The Great Speeches Vol. 2 Sir Winston Churchill: "The War Years" Sir Winston Churchill: His Finest Hour William Jefferson Clinton: Great Speeches And if you'd like to listen to full speeches from our past presidents, we also are linking to large Spotify playlists on the below pages, along with linking to the Miller [...]



50 Free Motivational Resources for the New Year

2018-02-24T09:36:28Z

Happy New Year! For the past 5 years we've featured a month of free motivational audio & video resources in January in our Free Resource of the Day Email to get you motivated for a New Year. And this year will be no different. To start off our motivation for January of 2018, here are 50 free audio & video resources to motivate you to live better in the New Year. The resources here feature podcasts, video talks, free audio books, and more to help you in your personal, professional, financial, spiritual, physical, and emotional life! We hope some of these resources will aid you as you think about what you want to accomplish in the year ahead. 1. New Year, New Life Tony Robbins sent out this YouTube video many years ago on January 15th. Why January 15th? Because statistics show that 95% of people who have made a New Year's resolution have already broken it by January 15th. So here's Tony with some motivation for creating some lasting change in your life. In this 35-minute off-the-cuff talk Tony motivates you to raise your standards in all areas of your life. And he encourages you to create rituals that will hold you up to the new standards that you have set. He gives wisdom from his decades of empowering millions through his books, seminars, audio programs, and videos. 2. 10% Happier Podcast In his own words, "Dan Harris is a fidgety, skeptical ABC newsman who had a panic attack live on Good Morning America, which led him to something he always thought was ridiculous: meditation." He is the author of the bestselling book 10% Happier: How I Tamed the Voice in My Head, Reduced Stress Without Losing My Edge, and Found a Self-Help That Actually Works - A True Story. In this podcast he interviews practicing meditators, Buddhist thinkers, neuroscientists, and other people concerned with making life a little happier. Some of the people he interviews include George Stephanopoulos, Robert Thurman, actor Alan Cumming, Dr. Richie Davidson, Mingyur Rinpoche, Arianna Huffington, RuPaul, Sharon Salzberg, and many others. In his first episode he interviews His Holiness the Dalai Lama about analytical meditation, religion, and enlightenment. He also periodically brings in guests on the show to lead guided meditations. It's an invaluable podcast for people interested in the benefits of meditation and being a little happier in their daily life. 3. Dr. John Ratey on Spark We all know exercise is great for the body, but in this lecture Dr. John Ratey talks about the many ways neuroscience is discovering how great exercise is for the brain. His book Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain lays out the research and amazing case studies that show how exercise can improve brain function. In this 50-minute talk at Google, Dr. Ratey summarizes his findings, showing how exercise improves performance in schools and the workplace and its effectiveness at overcoming disorders like ADHD, depression, Alzheimer's, and more. Learn the latest findings on exercise and the brain with bestselling author and renowned psychiatrist Dr. John J. Ratey. 4. 1 Year Daily Audio Bible Podcast Want to get through the entire Bible this year? This podcast will take you through the entire Bible in 365 separate podcasts to be listened to over the next year. Each podcast is read by Nashville, TN based record producer Brian Hardin. Instead of going through the Bible chronologically, he selects four different passages for each podcast, which go through books of the Old and New Testament simultaneously, along with a Proverb and a Psalm. If you'd like to read the Bible more, but can't find the time of day, then try listening to the entire Bible in one year with the Bible In a Year Podcast. He also features a 1 Year Daily Audio Bible Podcast for Kids which goes through the New Testament: 1 Year Daily Audio Bible for Kids Podcast 5. Don't Worry, Be Happy Now: The Science[...]



Top 15 Free Audio & Video Learning Resources from 2017

2017-12-20T08:17:25Z

We've featured 100s of free audio & video learning resources in our Free Resource of the Day Email this year. Now that the year is wrapping up, we'd like to feature the most clicked-through free resources of the year. In case you missed any, here are the most popular free resources we featured in 2017: 1. 500 Best Free Movies on Tubi TV This year we discovered Tubi TV! It is a free ad-supported streaming TV and movie network offering more than 50,000 titles from impressive partners including Lionsgate, MGM, Paramount Pictures, and Starz. They raised over $20 million earlier this year and offer popular apps on the iPhone/iPad, Android devices, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire, and more. Last year Hulu stopped offering free ad-supported movies and TV shows, but Tubi TV has stepped in to fill that void. And their platform seems a lot smoother in terms of user experience than other free movie platforms out there. A few things to note before you dive in. The viewing rights to their movies vary outside the United States, so sorry if you cannot watch these. Also if the movie is rated "R" you're likely to have to create account and sign in, in order to view the movie. But we recommend creating an account, so then you can create a "Queue" of the movies and TV shows you want to watch in the future. Like all movie sites there are a lot of not-so-good movies to sift through. To help you find some good movies, we've gone through their entire movie catalog and picked out the top 500 movies you can watch right now through their site and apps. We'll start with their documentaries, since a lot of these we've added into our LearnOutLoud Free Documentaries Collection, and we'll be adding a lot more soon. Beyond documentaries, we've picked out movies in the genres of Action, Classics, Comedy, Drama, Horror, and Thrillers. Here are over 500 of their best free movies that we picked out (we've sorted them by year) on our blog. 2. The Kama Sutra For Valentine's Day we featured this free audio book download of the ancient Indian Hindu text on human sexuality, love, and spirituality: The Kama Sutra. Written in about 200 CE, this work of Sanskrit literature by Indian philosopher Vatsyayana consists of prose, poetry, and aphorisms. While most known for being a sexual manual, much of the work is a guide on the nature of love, family life, and other aspects of pleasure in human life. This audio book edition is the widely known English translation from 1883 attributed to renowned orientalist and author Sir Richard Francis Burton. This unabridged audio book runs 6 hours and 15 minutes and is narrated by Mark F. Smith who has narrated many quality audio books for Librivox. If you want to dive deeper into The Kama Sutra, check out the Sounds True course by scholar Wendy Doniger called Erotic Spirituality and the Kamasutra. 3. 60 Free Language Learning Programs from Penton Overseas Long ago the publisher Penton Overseas and their many language learning programs disappeared, but they've now been re-published and are available for free on streaming audio on Spotify. You listen to over 60 of their language learning programs including their popular Learn In Your Car series. The Learn In Your Car programs are digestible language tutorials offered in 3 step-by-step levels that you can listen to wherever you are, and they run 3 hours in length. They are also offering their Vocabulearn series which presents vocabulary words that will beef up the building blocks of the language you are trying to learn. The Vocabulearn programs run about 3 hours as well. 4. 45 Free Video Courses from UC-Irvine on LearnOutLoud.com On LearnOutLoud we feature 45 free courses offered by the University of California at Irvine. Through their UCI open, online course initiative they are now offering these courses on YouTube. Many of these courses are in the areas of chemistry, p[...]



Listen to A Christmas Carol Free, Plus 30 Free Charles Dickens Audio Books

2017-12-04T19:57:36Z

Free Audio Book of A Christmas Carol on LearnOutLoud.com Our free audio for the month of December is none other than A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. Listen to the tale of Ebenezer Scrooge as he's haunted by The Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Yet to Come. This classic tale has become Charles Dickens' immortal holiday gift to generations of readers. This audio book has a running time of 2 Hrs. 45 Min. and is available for free on MP3 and bookmarkable MPEG-4 download. It is wonderfully narrated by Antonia Bath and can be downloaded exclusively through LearnOutLoud.com from now until the end of December. You can also watch it for free through our YouTube video which we've embedded on the page. Free Audio Book of A Christmas Carol on LearnOutLoud.com Also we feature 5 other free editions of this classic tale, if you'd like some to choose from: A Christmas Carol from LibriVox - Read by a top narrator from LibriVox named Bob Neufeld and available on MP3 download. A Christmas Carol from Lit2Go - Read by a solo narrator for Lit2Go. A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens Audio Book Podcast - Professionally narrated by Patrick Horgan. We've been told that one of the staves might cut off, but are not sure which one. A Christmas Carol from WOUB Digital - Well narrated by Karen Chan and a full cast. This edition is on streaming through SoundCloud. A Christmas Carol Performed by Orson Welles' Campbell Playhouse - One hour radio dramatization performed by Orson Welles and the Campbell Playhouse crew on December 23, 1938. Available on MP3 Download. Plenty of editions to choose from and they're all free! Listen to these audio books to get into the Christmas spirit! Also if you'd like to get further into the works of Dickens, we currently feature 30 free audio books by Charles Dickens from Librivox and Lit2Go: American Notes for General Circulation Barnaby Rudge The Battle of Life Bleak House A Child's History of England The Chimes The Cricket on the Hearth David Copperfield Dombey and Son Great Expectations Hard Times The Haunted Man and the Ghost's Bargain A House to Let The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit The Life And Adventures Of Nicholas Nickleby Little Dorrit Mudfog and Other Sketches The Mystery of Edwin Drood The Old Curiosity Shop Oliver Twist Our Mutual Friend The Pickwick Papers Pictures from Italy The Seven Poor Travellers Sketches by Boz: Illustrative of Every-Day Life and Every-Day People The Strange Gentleman A Tale of Two Cities Podcast Three Ghost Stories The Uncommercial Traveller The Village Coquettes The Wreck of the Golden Mary You can check out over 200 audio books by Charles Dickens (both paid and free) on our Charles Dickens author page here: Charles Dickens Audio Books... width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/x3VY8sIrXXc" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen> Free Audio Book of A Christmas Carol on LearnOutLoud.com Our free audio for the month of December is none other than A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. Listen to the tale of Ebenezer Scrooge as he's haunted by The Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Yet to Come. This classic tale has become Charles Dickens' immortal holiday gift to generations of readers. This audio book has a running time of 2 Hrs. 45 Min. and is available for free on MP3 and bookmarkable MPEG-4 download. It is wonderfully narrated by Antonia Bath and can be downloaded exclusively through LearnOutLoud.com from now until the end of December. You can also watch it for free through our YouTube video which we've embedded on the page. Free Audio Book of A Christmas Carol on LearnOutLoud.com Also we feature 5 other free editions of this classic tale, if you'd like some to choose from: A Christmas Carol from LibriVox - Read by a top narrator from LibriVox named Bob Neufeld and available on MP3 download. A[...]



Best of the Studs Terkel Radio Archive

2017-11-21T09:32:08Z

Studs Terkel was undoubtedly one of the great radio interviewers of the 20th century. Listen to 100s of interviews conducted by the multifaceted Studs Terkel who hosted "The Studs Terkel Program" on Chicago's fine arts radio station WFMT from 1952 to 1997. The audio galleries on Studs Terkel Radio Archive website and now on SoundCloud feature many of his radio show interviews covering the arts, literature, poetry, civil rights, philosophy, politics, film, and sports from the past century. There are also interviews with everyday people who experienced the major 20th century events of the Great Depression, World War II, Labor movements, and the Civil Rights movement in the 20th century. And then there are the interviews with some of the leading voices and minds of the 20th century. At the beginning of 2016 the Studs Terkel Radio Archive launched a Kickstarter and earned over $80,000 along with a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Their Kickstarter pledge: "Over two years, we aim to make an additional 1000 of Studs Terkel's programs freely available for listening, exploring, and remixing." Since then they've added 100s of Studs Terkel audio programs to the archives on SoundCloud and onto their new Studs Terkel Radio Archive website which is re-launching in 2018. The content is great and the sound quality of the archive is truly amazing: Studs Terkel Radio Archive on SoundCloud We scrolled down the entire archive on SoundCloud and picked out some of the best interviews which we're linking to directly on SoundCloud. We've organized them by year: Dorothy Parker in 1959 Sidney Poitier talks about the film "The Defiant Ones" in 1959 Lorraine Hansberry talks about her play "A Raisin in the Sun" in 1959 Buster Keaton in 1960 Mortimer J. Adler in 1960 Simone de Beauvoir in 1960 Dizzy Gillespie in 1961 Shel Silverstein in 1961 Tennessee Williams in 1961 Ravi Shankar in 1961 Aaron Copland in 1961 Eartha Kitt in 1962 Rita Moreno in 1962 Saul Alinsky on Rules for Radicals in 1962 Federico Fellini in 1962 James Baldwin in 1962 Isaac Bashevis Singer in 1964 Newton Minow on the FCC in 1964 Dr. Martin Luther King in 1964 Tom Wolfe talk about his book "The Kandy-Kolored Tangerine-Flake Streamline Baby" in 1965 John Hope Franklin in 1966 Hunter S. Thompson talks about his book "Hell's Angels" in 1967 Gore Vidal talks about his book "Myra Breckinridge" in 1968 Doris Lessing in 1969 Frank Zappa in 1970 Arthur Miller and John O'Brien in 1970 Janis Joplin in 1970 Doris Kearns Goodwin on Lyndon Johnson in 1970 Ralph Ellison in 1970 Thich Nhat Hanh in 1971 Cesar Chavez in 1973 Rosa Parks and Myles Horton in 1973 Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward discussing the book "All the President's Men" in 1974 Toni Morrison talks about "Sula" in 1974 Muhammad Ali in 1975 Oceanographer Jacques Cousteau in 1976 David McCullough on Theodore Roosevelt in 1981 Laurie Anderson in 1981 Pete Seeger in 1982 Gloria Steinem in 1982 Carl Sagan discusses his book "Contact" in 1985 Lily Tomlin in 1988 Barbara Kopple discusses the documentary "American Dream" in 1992 Carl Sagan and Ann Druyan discuss the book "Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors" in 1992 Oliver Sacks talks about "An Anthropologist on Mars" in 1995 Roger Ebert on "Roger Ebert's Book of Film" in 1996 Allen Ginsberg and Philip Glass in 1999 We'll add more top programs to this list from the Studs Terkel Radio Archive as they become available! To learn more about the life and times of Studs Terkel check out this great interview from 2004 with Terkel: Keeping the Faith in Difficult Times: Conversation with Studs Terkel In this hour long streaming video interview, Conversations with History host Harry Kreisler interviews Studs later in his life. It is a fascinating and funny interview which covers much of Terkel's life and his philo[...]



Best FRONTLINE Documentaries & Podcasts

2017-11-17T01:27:15Z

FRONTLINE has produced over 500 documentary films on contemporary social and political issues in the past 20 years. And you can not only watch most of them online for free through the PBS FRONTLINE website, but you can also listen to over 50 of them on the Frontline Audiocast Podcast. While the popular Frontline Audiocast Podcast lacked the visual component, it still was usually comprehendible as an audio podcast with some audio cues to aid listeners. Now FRONTLINE has launched their first audio-only podcast in The FRONTLINE Dispatch Podcast and it applies FRONTLINE's investigative reporting to the podcast medium with superb audio documentaries. Check it out here: The FRONTLINE Dispatch Podcast This new podcast currently features five audio documentaries. In each documentary a journalist guides you through the story as it is interspersed with interviews and audio source material to aid in the storytelling. For an interesting listen, check out the episode "The Housing Fix" which examines the complicated relationship between slum landlords, tenants, and city planners, as many living in poverty are evicted from their homes to make way for pricier housing developments. Set in the city neighborhoods of Dallas, but indicative of what's happening in many U.S. urban cities, the audio documentary paints a complex portrait of the challenges in maintaining affordable living conditions for the nation's poor and lower middle class. That's just one of the audio documentaries you can hear in this new podcast from FRONTLINE that you'll probably want to subscribe to. If you'd like to listen to FRONTLINE documentaries, then can also listen to over 50 of them on the: Frontline Audiocast - PBS Podcast The PBS Frontline series are some of the best documentaries available on public television, but it's often difficult to carve out time to sit down and watch them. Now Frontline has released a group of their documentaries as audio podcasts and they actually work really well as just audio. Since most of the Frontline documentaries feature talking heads interviews along with narration they don't really require the visual component. Also Frontline has done the service of inserting audio of the name of the person who is talking before each interview. Each podcast runs about an hour. We also feature over 150 of the best FRONTLINE documentaries on streaming video on our site and we plan add more soon. Browse the best of FRONTLINE on LearnOutLoud: Browse Over 150 of the Best Free FRONTLINE Documentaries FRONTLINE also has started their 36th season. Below are three of the best documentaries from the new season: North Korea's Deadly Dictator In North Korea's Deadly Dictator, FRONTLINE presents the bizarre story of the murder of Kim Jong-un's half-brother Kim Jong-nam in Malaysia in February of 2017. As the days after the murder by chemical attack progressed, the investigation increasingly appeared to be an assassination conducted by the North Korean leadership in response to Kim Jong-nam speaking up against the regime. The documentary then turns towards the increasing aggression of North Korea and their nuclear weapons program which has loomed over 2017. It covers the response of the Trump administration and potential ways of dealing with the threat North Korea poses. The documentary features footage from inside North Korea and interviews of experts on the Korean conflict. Mosul In the FRONTLINE documentary Mosul, viewers will get an inside look at the battle young Iraqi soldiers fought to drive ISIS out of Mosul in Iraq. It's a brutal and sometimes graphic look at the violence in the region. The documentary doesn't feature narration, but instead focuses on the battles and words of the soldiers fighting them. With many innocent men, women, and children caug[...]



How to Access iTunes U Content in the New iTunes

2017-11-13T14:18:10Z

For those of you who are fans of the free audio & video courses and lectures on iTunes U and you downloaded iTunes 12.7, you might've been shocked and dismayed to learn that the ability to browse iTunes U is no longer a main menu option within iTunes on your desktop. As of their September 2017 iTunes 12.7 release, iTunes U was merged with the Podcasts section. So while the iTunes U content is still there and you can search for it, the ability to browse it is now difficult in iTunes. You can browse it within the iTunes U iOS app on your iPhone or iPad. But if you don't have an iPhone or iPad, it's harder to find all this great free educational content. Also after browsing the iOS app we found that a lot of the content that universities are offering is not easy to find within the iOS app, but it is still up in iTunes. It's a little confusing, but Apple has now divided the iTunes U content into Podcasts and Course Collections and the Course Collections are not accessible outside of iOS. But a lot of the actual courses are listed as Podcasts and are accessible via iTunes. Anyway after some digging we did locate the link to the iTunes U browse page on iTunes. Here it is: New iTunes U Browse Page on iTunes But for desktop users this browse page doesn't help a whole lot because for the most part it only links to the Course Collections that are only accessible on iOS. It does not link to the Podcasts which offer a lot more iTunes U content than is accessible in the iTunes U app. So in this blog post we'll try to help you out with locating all that iTunes U has to offer in iTunes. Hopefully in the future Apple will make an iTunes U Podcast browse section of their podcast directory and hopefully they'll make the iTunes Course Collections accessible to all (not just iOS users). For now we thought we'd aid you with links to the top college & university providers on iTunes and their new Podcasts pages, along with links to iTunes U content that we've featured on our site. You can access a lot of the iTunes U content directly through the university podcast provider pages. We went through all of the providers in iTunes U and picked out the best ones to link to. So we'll start by providing you with links to some of the top iTunes U providers on iTunes: Stanford University on iTunes Harvard University on iTunes Yale University on iTunes Columbia University on iTunes MIT OpenCourseware on iTunes UC Berkeley on iTunes UCLA on iTunes Duke University on iTunes University of Southern California on iTunes Ohio State University on iTunes Arizona State University on iTunes Oxford University on iTunes University of London on iTunes The Open University on iTunes University of Pennsylvania on iTunes UCTV on iTunes University of Chicago on iTunes La Trobe University on iTunes DePaul University on iTunes The University of Texas at Austin on iTunes Caltech on iTunes Carnegie Mellon University on iTunes American University on iTunes Emory University on iTunes Chapman University on iTunes UC Davis on iTunes Cornell University on iTunes Georgetown University on iTunes Missouri State University on iTunes New York University on iTunes UC Irvine on iTunes University of Arizona on iTunes University of Notre Dame on iTunes Reformed Theological Seminary on iTunes University of Glasgow on iTunes And here are some iTunes U providers that are not universities or colleges: Library of Congress on iTunes The Aspen Ideas Festival on iTunes U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum on iTunes Center for Strategic and International Studies on iTunes U.S. National Archives on iTunes Smithsonian Folkways on iTunes Also we still link to a number of iTunes U offerings through LearnOutLoud. Here are some of courses and offerings we've collected over the years: Over[...]



500 Best Free Movies on Tubi TV

2017-11-08T10:58:01Z

We recently discovered Tubi TV! It is a free ad-supported streaming TV and movie network offering more than 50,000 titles from impressive partners including Lionsgate, MGM, Paramount Pictures, and Starz. They raised over $20 million earlier this year and offer popular apps on the iPhone/iPad, Android devices, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire, and more. Last year Hulu stopped offering free ad-supported movies and TV shows, but Tubi TV has stepped in to fill that void. And their platform seems a lot smoother in terms of user experience than other free movie platforms out there. A few things to note before you dive in. The viewing rights to their movies vary outside the United States, so sorry if you cannot watch these. Also if the movie is rated "R" you're likely to have to create account and sign in, in order to view the movie. But we recommend creating an account, so then you can create a "Queue" of the movies and TV shows you want to watch in the future. Like all movie sites there are a lot of not-so-good movies to sift through. To help you find some good movies, we've gone through their entire movie catalog and picked out the top 500 movies you can watch right now through their site and apps. We'll start with their documentaries, since a lot of these we've added into our LearnOutLoud.com Free Documentaries Collection, and we'll be adding a lot more soon. Beyond documentaries, we've picked out movies in the genres of Action, Classics, Comedy, Drama, Horror, and Thrillers. Here are over 500 of their best free movies that we picked out (we've sorted them by year): FREE DOCUMENTARIES: A.K.A Cassius Clay (1970) Marjoe (1972) The Last Waltz (1978) From Mao to Mozart: Isaac Stern in China (1979) Genocide (1980) The Decline of Western Civilization (1981) Atomic Café (1982) Koyaanisqatsi (1982) Stop Making Sense (1983) The Decline of Western Civilization, Part II: The Metal Years (1988) Let's Get Lost (1989) Madonna: Truth or Dare (1990) The Last Party (1992) The Restless Conscience (1992) Trinity and Beyond: The Atomic Bomb Movie (1995) Atomic Filmmakers: Hollywoods Secret Film Studio (1996) Heidi Fleiss: Hollywood Madam (1996) The Long Way Home (1996) Mandela (1996) The Cruise (1997) Little Dieter Needs to Fly (1997) The Decline of Western Civilization Part III (1998) Kurt and Courtney (1998) Atomic Journeys: Welcome to Ground Zero (1999) Genghis Blues (1999) My Best Fiend (1999) The Eyes of Tammy Faye (2000) Startup.com (2001) 7 Days in September (2002) Amandla!: A Revolution in Four-Part Harmony (2002) Bowling for Columbine (2002) Hell's Highway (2002) OT: Our Town (2002) The Weather Underground (2002) Step Into Liquid (2003) Stevie (2003) The End (2004) Let the Church Say Amen (2004) What the Bleep Do We Know!? (2004) Word Wars (2004) 12 Ordinary Men (2005) Grizzly Man (2005) Rize (2005) Deliver Us from Evil (2006) In Search of Mozart (2006) Jonestown: Paradise Lost (2006) Leonard Cohen: I'm Your Man (2006) The Rape of Europa (2006) Wake Up and Get Healthy (2006) Certifiably Jonathan (2007) In the Shadow of the Moon (2007) The Secret (2007) Skid Row (2007) America the Beautiful (2008) Boogie Man: The Lee Altwater Story (2008) Crips and Bloods: Made in America (2008) Food Fight (2008) Garrison Keillor: The Man on the Radio (2008) How to Cook Your Life (2008) The Human Experience (2008) Know Your Mushrooms (2008) The Life and Times of Allen Ginsberg (2008) Wild Combination: A Portrait of Arthur Russell (2008) Beer Wars (2009) The Cartel (2009) Cropsey (2009) Fresh (2009) How to Live Forever (2009) Loose Change (2009) My Dog: An Unconditional Love Story (2009) The Night James Brown Saved Boston (2009) Nightmares in Red, White, and Blue (2009) Reel Injun (2009) The September Issue [...]



Tim Ferriss Interview on Tools of Titans

2017-10-13T16:24:53Z

Tim Ferriss is an entrepreneur, podcast host of the popular Tim Ferriss Show, and author of the new book Tools of Titans: The Tactics, Routines, and Habits of Billionaires, Icons, and World-Class Performers. He is the author of past bestsellers including The 4-Hour Work Week and and The 4-Hour Body. He recently spoke at the Commonwealth Club of California about his new book and his experiments as a "human guinea pig" for trying out new things to improve health, wealth, and many other areas of his life. He explains how he studies the outliers in different fields who achieve results that are often thought of as unthinkable. Ferriss provides insights into his writing process, his investing habits, and his experiments with psychedelic drugs. Enjoy this 80-minute chat with one of the leading voices in personal growth today....

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Tim Ferriss is an entrepreneur, podcast host of the popular Tim Ferriss Show, and author of the new book Tools of Titans: The Tactics, Routines, and Habits of Billionaires, Icons, and World-Class Performers. He is the author of past bestsellers including The 4-Hour Work Week and and The 4-Hour Body.

He recently spoke at the Commonwealth Club of California about his new book and his experiments as a "human guinea pig" for trying out new things to improve health, wealth, and many other areas of his life. He explains how he studies the outliers in different fields who achieve results that are often thought of as unthinkable. Ferriss provides insights into his writing process, his investing habits, and his experiments with psychedelic drugs. Enjoy this 80-minute chat with one of the leading voices in personal growth today.