Several times, Doug's writing cause a laugh to spurt from my mouth. You get a sense of the talents he brought to Google as he employs them in describing his experience as their first brand manager.
Halfway through the book I had to check who the narrator was - he was doing such a good job of inhabiting the text. And lo, it was Douglas himself! May you have more adventures to tell us about.
If you're looking for a thorough review of what went into the technical accomplishments, look into Plex.
For Susie Bright sexuality is not just an expression, but a resource to be developed akin to a relationship which gives rise to much inspiration in one's surrounding life. Susie addresses and illustrates the common sense centrality of our erotic selves as the generative seed of our everyday experience. As a key creative force in leading us forward, her narrative playfully moons a so called polite society recycling ideas that fetter this deeply personal gift.
Only after listening did I noticed that the performance is an abridgment and discovered that I'm curious about what more she had to say (I'm ready for another go!). Perhaps the abridgment contributed to the pacing(?) - not sure about the reason, but I've always found Susie's tone so convivial and her manner of handling even the most vulnerable subject matter tenderly, that I expect the longer we stay with her 'in bed' the deeper she gets to flesh it all out.
What I'd really like to hear is a new performance: this recording seems to suffer from being down sampled or something??? perhaps it was recorded without much sound engineering? Full Exposure address a topic and perspective I wish more people consider and I'd love to hear Susie visit it again.
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