Audio

Using both my phone and computer to listen, I tend to consume a fair of mount of audio (please note that music is sorted into a separate category). Mostly, it's fiction, but I have decided to categorise them as printed books since I do not perceive any significant difference. However, there are products that have never been printed and whose main medium is auditory. This category is for them.


Published in this category


2015-08-14: My new job at Uppsala University
2011-06-14: The Wall – Stockholm 2011
2010-06-27: Elizabeth Vandiver – Classical Mythology
2009-07-30: Sony Ericsson W910i
2009-03-11: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy – Quintessential Phase
2009-01-04: Leo Damrosch – The Enlightenment and the Invention of the Modern Self
2008-06-08: Nordic Media Player
2008-06-01: Clas Ohlson MP3/WMA player
2008-02-15: Darren Staloff – The Search for a Meaningful Past: Philosophies, Theories, and Interpretations
2007-12-28: Patrick N. Allitt – The History of the United States, 5-7
2007-12-05: Gary W. Gallagher – The History of the United States, part 4
2007-12-02: Allen C. Guelzo – The History of the United States, parts 1-3
2007-11-17: Sony MDR-ED21LP
2007-11-08: Eric S. Rabkin – Science Fiction, the Literature of Technological Imagination
2007-10-02: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy – Quandary Phase
2007-09-28: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy – Tertiary Phase
2007-08-16: Listening to audio books
2007-05-29: Ashton Nichols – Emerson, Thoreau and the Trancendentalist Movement
2007-03-30: Daniel N. Robinson – The Great Ideas of Philosophy
2007-03-24: Patrick N. Allitt – Victorian Britain
2007-03-08: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy – Secondary Phase
2006-11-11: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy – Primary Phase
2006-05-04: Backup, sort and reorganise all my audio books
2006-02-15: Creative MuVo v200
2005-12-09: Nigel Planer
2005-11-11: Newsreal with Sean Kennedy
2005-06-06: Caves of Steel