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Joel4Prez 17-02-2017 09:29 PM

David Icke Audio Books
 
Hi all,
Just wondering if Davids work is available as Audio books? I am always on the road for work and its my best chance to devour information and i'm keen to dig a bit deeper! Peace

unsheepled 17-02-2017 09:43 PM

I would also like audio books for the same reason

cosmic tramp 18-02-2017 02:50 PM

Not personally a fan of audio books but if helps the material reach a wider audience then definitely, yes.

grandmasterp 18-02-2017 03:40 PM

Audio 'books' is an oxymoron.
We read books and we listen to radio.
Listening ain't reading and vice versa.
:agreed:

cosmic tramp 18-02-2017 03:45 PM

Audio books are useful aids for those with literacy problems of which there are many and also for the on-the-go types who just don't read books at all but do a lot of driving or other manual tasks, like shaving or car washing, which would enable listening.

grandmasterp 18-02-2017 04:14 PM

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Originally Posted by cosmic tramp (Post 1062887002)
Audio books are useful aids for those with literacy problems of which there are many and also for the on-the-go types who just don't read books at all but do a lot of driving or other manual tasks which would enable listening.

Not for me but each to his own.
:agreed:

unsheepled 18-02-2017 07:14 PM

Audio books serve a purpose for me as i actually see the written word as having magical properties.Reading a book correctly casts a sort of spell on you and i aint ready for David Iche to cast spells on me yet .Audio listening is a kind of equivalent to sight reading to help become familiar with what the author and you guys talk about ...very useful in a car

New words are entering the psyche all the time whilst reading a new book ...the word smiths are very adept at swaying the mind and often so good its a case of "out of sight out of mind"

raburgeson 06-03-2017 09:30 PM

Audio books are a great way to occupy you on a trip. It takes a bit of getting used to adding a book to driving. When you start, start with short trips and use roads you are used to.

wehrmacht 08-03-2017 04:37 PM

just listen to his lectures, it is the same as listening to audio book...

ElDraconian 12-03-2017 05:26 AM

No because I read his material in depth. It gives the reader chance to grasp material as opposed to be thrown all sorts of apples and oranges at once. I read, take notes and thats it. Some people I guess are lazy and prefer audio books. Please buy books they make the world go round! Buying audio of an author is just saying he is not worth reading them !!!

unsheepled 12-03-2017 11:36 AM

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Originally Posted by ElDraconian (Post 1062895788)
No because I read his material in depth. It gives the reader chance to grasp material as opposed to be thrown all sorts of apples and oranges at once. I read, take notes and thats it. Some people I guess are lazy and prefer audio books. Please buy books they make the world go round! Buying audio of an author is just saying he is not worth reading them !!!

Oh alright then but only because i cant get the audio book for my car .
Think i will try Phantom Self see how it goes

dac54 23-07-2018 12:28 PM

there's definitely audiobooks out there.
I was downloading a talk for my mp3 player and discovered it was an audio of one of his books by that freaky robotic voice.

oz93666 23-07-2018 12:35 PM

There wouldn't be the market for it to justify the work involved ....

But anyway there are hundreds of DI videos , most of which the visuals are just him opening and shutting his mouth , which is not needed . Use them .

raburgeson 12-08-2018 03:12 PM

Isn't there a computer program that will strip the audio from videos? Seems to me I had one in the past that could either save the video or audio. Can't remember the name. Bought it from the net and finally deleted it. The kids used it for Karaoke music. Do a couple of Davids documentaries, files are very easy to convert to the format you need. Excellent to have material straight from the author.

metak88 12-08-2018 07:35 PM

Audio books would be useful for visually impaired and blind, but then again I don't know if it's worth it in terms of cost/profit.

As others above mentioned it's super easy to extract audio from video lectures (if you already have them locally) and listen on the road.
If the video lectures are on youtube for example then you can easily download only audio track without video.

submariner 13-08-2018 06:43 AM

I just wish he'd publish more on Kindle. A lot easier — and better for the planet — than lugging those dead tree tomes around.

metak88 13-08-2018 02:11 PM

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Originally Posted by submariner (Post 1063036066)
I just wish he'd publish more on Kindle. A lot easier — and better for the planet — than lugging those dead tree tomes around.

You can find all of his books on-line for free. (pdf,mobi,epub) Even the latest one "Everything You Need to Know But Have Never Been Told".

submariner 17-08-2018 06:35 AM

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Originally Posted by metak88 (Post 1063036106)
You can find all of his books on-line for free. (pdf,mobi,epub) Even the latest one "Everything You Need to Know But Have Never Been Told".

I'd rather not steal them, thanks.

jp13 24-01-2019 06:47 PM

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Originally Posted by raburgeson (Post 1063036008)
Isn't there a computer program that will strip the audio from videos? Seems to me I had one in the past that could either save the video or audio. Can't remember the name. Bought it from the net and finally deleted it. The kids used it for Karaoke music. Do a couple of Davids documentaries, files are very easy to convert to the format you need. Excellent to have material straight from the author.

ClipGrab is one there are others I can't remember the name offhand!


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