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I ended up buying he book anyway because this is such a shortened version it didn't do me any good. I purchased this to help me with school and I stopped listening half way because I could tell it was such a shortened version, I wouldn't get anything out of it.
I already ordered it and it at least goes over more than a two page summary
Narrator was clear it was just what he read
dissapointment- if I hadn't bought a package for audible books I wouldn't have requested another
They should lose this one.
Say something about yourself!
and that's the good news. Not really. This is a lecture at Stanford. Good school. Bright students. Big lecture hall. Ah, there's the problem. The audio quality was quite bad. Lots of echo. And this is just one lecture in a semesters course. I got two things from this :
1 - the world in in the midst of a scientific paradigm shift (duh) and
2 - the worlds best answering machine message
"This is NOT an answering machine. This is a questioning machine. There are only two questions but they are the most difficult and most important questions anyone will ever ask. 'Who are you?' and 'What do you want?'"
I don't know if I have the courage to use it... but I love it.
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