Lucklucky: Slovenian Guest, from the link it seems War and Peace is read by a man. I understand audiobooks for those that drive much or are stuck in transit but otherwise give me a paper book.
Slovenian Guest: It’s not just 61 hours of audio; it’s 61 hours read by a woman who sounds like Hillary, as if War and Peace wasn’t tedious enough on it’s own… And speaking of audio books, all three Adam Carolla books, narrated by him, are on Audible as well, if you want a treat.
Joseph Moroco: Is he related to the Irish bankster, Peter Sutherland?
Kudzu Bob: E-books have not plateaued. The Big Five publishers’ share of the e-book business continues to decine, but small presses and indie writers have seen their e-book sales continue to increase. The media have misreported this as the plateauing of e-books.
Rollory: On the Potomac, obviously. But yes it should be marked. Could be the whole sweep of coast from there up past Long Island.
Rollory: A man after my own heart. I haven’t set foot inside a B&N in years. I also do not own a Kindle nor any e-books.
Lucklucky: Some ok advice, except point 4, but by no means complete.
Bob Sykes: Did they teach you to design functional buildings that meet their owners needs? Ohio State, for one, is littered with architectural “gems” that don’t function, e.g. the Wexner Center (very poor display space), the Knowles architecture building (a true horror).
Alrenous: So bookstores think they’re obsolete, but really they’re merely mismanaged. He fixed it by using techniques at least as old as Napoleon. It’s not hard, you just have to actually want to do it.