I envy people like you, Helga, who are able to read a book, I just don’t have the patience for it, but I love the content of the books and accept the compromise of not always hearing the story in full in films, or I’ll dodge it on an audio book. Total audio visual type I am. I love all documentaries, but documentaries like Aaron Hillel Swartz have influenced the way I work.
If I want to concentrate on something and have to, I put on my headset and block out outside noise
cool question big Greetz Dirk
@Helga Your point of view is totally exciting I feel the same way, only the point of view is different, we both want the same thing, we are different types of learners. You can read and understand 100% very quickly, right? I understand faster through video or explaining.
I’m curious if I’m right ^^
We have to pay for public television through taxes but it is now being used to strengthen school television and educational television = documentaries, a good change brought about by covid.
I’ve never tried the translation or if one has even been written, but this is the gold mine of great documentaries.
Are there maybe others here who know cool documentaries on YouTube or just good films such as the totally underestimated Howard the Duck I love films from the 80s
At Kallen Web Design I read for about a half hour before turning off the lights to sleep. I am currently reading books about Anglicanism and the history of the church. But I prefer films and tv shows for entertainment.
Books all day. I love a good film but a really immersive book takes you to new dimensions. If I had to pick a favorite, it would be ‘Carriers’ authored by Patrick Lynch. I enjoy reading pretty much any genre. I binge read, which gets me into trouble.