Potentially. It would be a great reference book to remind myself of good design principles.
The history behind of the important design decisions that we use in our lives (e.g. keyboard), as well as the concepts that will continue to hold over time.
Solid, plain, clear.
Only relevant for certain people, but at the same time for those who understand these concepts already might not learn anything new.
Top 5 so far.
It's very personal
No, this is the first one.
It was a very touching story. Contrary to what I read about her, based on her op-ed, it was a normal story about a mother connecting with her children.
Everyone has struggles, some more cultural, generational, and environmental than others, but at the end of the day, it's a story about a mom.
It is among the top. One of my favorite audiobooks to this day.
It follows seamlessly after the great Star Wars movies.
He brings the characters to life AS I remembered them in the movie.
When I first heard the whirr of the lightsaber.
The sounds effects in this audiobook is second to none. Actual sound effects from Lucas Films.
Yes, excellent story and voice, especially since the author himself is narrating the book.
That it's true, and the author was narrating.
That the listener could tell when Edwards was passionate about the subject or the topic, and parts where he was less enthusiastic or even disappointed (with the real-life result). It felt more like he was talking to me, rather than an audiobook.
Laugh at moments. The story was very humanizing, one can tell when the author was happy, slighted, angry, and/or disappointed.
Great for anyone who is interested in the tech world.
Yes. It has some great information, statistics, and numbers on the effect of video games. Very informative.
No particular character in this book.
Very clear. So much so, that I could listen to this in 3x narration speed and understand everything.
The positive effect of games on our society.
I'm fairly new to Audible, but it ranks high on my list.
Towards the end of the book, the listening experience goes to another level that the book cannot. It gives a SNL clip in the audiobook.
Moved? Not in particular, but the SNL clip definitely stood out to me.
Shows why listening to a book can bring the book experience to another level.
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