Innovation: Where Creativity and Technology Meet is a documentary about creativity, innovation, and technology. This audio program takes listeners on a worldwide journey to show how great achievers use creativity, innovation, and technology to thrive in a hyperconnected and hypercompetitive world. Some of the greatest innovators of our time, like Bill Gates, Salman Khan, and others, make listeners feel that they, too, can become great, and it is never too late to become the people they want to be.
This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
This is essentially a movie trailer in disguise.... dramatic voiceover with dramatic movie music (that is often so loud that it obscures the voiceover content.) The content is obvious and probably boils down to one page of copy for the entire hour. A few quotes are added here and there but rather than framing them with content they are framed with distracting and blaring stock music.
What could Satheesh Gopalan have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
Added more real content in place of all the filler music.
Would you be willing to try another one of Peter Baker’s performances?
I am sure that he is great at narrating spy novels.