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The Less Wrong Promoted Posts feed will have every new promoted post which has been tagged with the Creative Commons Attribution License. We'll aim to have them read and to you via the podcast within 48 hours. We've found this to be a good way to keep up with Less Wrong, especially for longer articles like last month's interesting long-form post called "A Dialouge on Doublethink" by BrienneStrohl.
The Metaethics Sequence is the next installment of the sequences we've produced into audio. We now have 7 Less Wrong sequences in audio, with more on their way.
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The audio version of the mega-sequence "How to Actually Change Your Mind" is now available. It's the biggest sequence we've done yet, coming in at over 8 hours of audio. Here at Castify we think this sequence is the most important one we've done so far.
On the wiki it says, "The most important technique that Less Wrong can offer you is 'How to Actually Change Your Mind'". I couldn't agree more. If you haven't read it already I'd strongly recommend it. If you have more free "ear time" than "eye time" or you learn better from listening this audio version is for you.
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As some of you are aware we make audio versions of LessWrong sequences. We are looking to hire someone from the LessWrong community who has a good voice and is keen to record the remaining sequences. There is quite a bit of material as I'm sure you are all aware.
Anybody who is interested please record yourself reading Politics is the Mind-Killer and send it to email@example.com. Please say what sort of recording device you used and keep the recording size rational.
Thanks to all of you who have been listening.
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