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Point Lookout is my weekly newsletter, available on the Web, by RSS feed, or by email. But you can also subscribe to the MP3 audio version.

We're all different. Some of us like to read. Some like to listen. Some of us are near our computers. Some aren't. Some of us like to listen to music while we work out. Some listen to talk. Some prefer silence. As "Azeem" (the Morgan Freeman character in Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves) says, "Allah loves wondrous variety."

And so I provide Point Lookout as an email newsletter, by RSS feed, as Web pages, and now by MP3 audio. Each week, audio subscribers receive by email a link to an MP3 file that they can then download for later listening on an iPod or any other MP3 player. It's that simple.

Are you too busy and hurried to sit and read Point Lookout, brief as it is, during the day or at home? Maybe you'd like to listen as you drive, or as you commute by whatever means you do commute. Just download the MP3 recording and load it into your iPod or other MP3 player. Convert commute time into a chance to really think about how you can be more effective and more peaceful at work.

Audio subscriptions are available for USD 24.95 for a 13-week subscription, which is just USD 1.92 per week. Or save almost 50% and get an annual subscription for USD 49.95, which is just USD 0.96 per week.


To listen to these audios (away from your computer) you'll need an MP3 player. If you don't already own one, you can pick one up.

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