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Suzanne Bowen

Audio enables listeners to multi-task if they want to such as walking and listening, cooking and listening, or doing mindless online tasks and listening. I also agree with you about the joy of mixing stories with discussion and lessons. Last, we can focus on the message rather than appearance. I prefer audio more than video for that reason. Keep podcasting, Dan, and paying kind, calm respect to all like you always do.

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