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    • 3:10 a.m. & 3:21 a.m.

    • Henry Bins, Book 2-3
    • De : Nick Pirog
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    • Durée : 4 h
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    3:10 a.m. Henry Bins hasn't seen his mother in 30 years. She walked out when he was six, never looked back. Five years ago, Henry started looking for her. Now she's been found. At the bottom of the Potomac River. He soon learns everything he thought he knew about his mother was a lie. And that maybe his condition wasn't the reason his mother left. Because Sally Bins wasn't your average woman. She was a spy. 3:21 a.m. Henry Bins has traveled 3,000 miles to see the sun. June 21st. Fairbanks, Alaska. Sunrise is 3:07 a.m. Fourteen minutes later. 800 people will be dead.

    Prix : 12,22 €

    • 3:21 a.m.

    • Henry Bins, Book 2
    • De : Nick Pirog
    • Lu par : Jamie Renell
    • Durée : 2 h et 30 min
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    Henry Bins has traveled 3000 miles to see the sun. June 21st. Fairbanks, Alaska. Sunrise is 3:07 a.m. Fourteen minutes later, 800 people will be dead.  

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    • Human + Machine

    • Reimagining Work in the Age of AI
    • De : Paul R. Daugherty, H. James Wilson
    • Lu par : Jamie Renell
    • Durée : 5 h et 55 min
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    Look around you. Artificial intelligence is no longer just a futuristic notion. It's here right now - in software that senses what we need, supply chains that "think" in real time, and robots that respond to changes in their environment. Twenty-first-century pioneer companies are already using AI to innovate and grow fast. The bottom line is this: Businesses that understand how to harness AI can surge ahead. Those that neglect it will fall behind. Which side are you on?

    Prix : 19,14 €

    • Life Is a Marathon

    • A Memoir of Love and Endurance
    • De : Matt Fitzgerald
    • Lu par : Jamie Renell
    • Durée : 9 h et 13 min
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    An endurance athlete and coach reveals how the marathon transforms the lives of everyone who attempts it - and how it has helped his own family cope with serious adversity. 

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    • The Dream Machine

    • De : M. Mitchell Waldrop
    • Lu par : Jamie Renell
    • Durée : 27 h et 16 min
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    Behind every great revolution is a vision, and behind perhaps the greatest revolution of our time, personal computing, is the vision of J.C.R. Licklider. In a simultaneously compelling personal narrative and comprehensive historical exposition, Waldrop tells the story of the man who not only instigated the work that led to the internet, but also shifted our understanding of what computers were and could be. 

    Prix : 26,89 €

    • The New Yorker, 1-Month Subscription

    • De : The New Yorker
    • Lu par : Jamie Renell
    • Durée : 1 h et 3 min
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    The New Yorker's blend of reporting, commentary, criticism, fiction, and cartoons has garnered 36 National Magazine Awards since its debut in 1925 - more than any other publication. Edited by Pulitzer Prize winner David Remnick, the magazine has had only five editors in its 80-year history. Each week, Audible and the editorial staff of The New Yorker work together to select a variety of the issue's best articles from The Talk of the Town, Fiction, The Critics, and more. Each article is read in its entirety. The New Yorker is available in audio exclusively at audible.com.

    Prix : 12,82 €

    • The New Yorker, January 7th 2019 (Patrick Radden Keefe, Lauren Collins, Jill Lepore)

    • De : Patrick Radden Keefe, Lauren Collins, Jill Lepore
    • Lu par : Jamie Renell
    • Durée : 2 h et 4 min
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    In this issue: Unforeseen" by Jill Lepore: Trying to predict the future. "Winning" by Patrick Radden Keefe: How Mark Burnett, the king of reality television, helped turn a floundering D-lister into President Trump. "Post and Riposte" by Lauren Collins: Sally Rooney's novels of love and late capitalism. "Togetherness" by Anthony Lane: Reviews of Stan & Ollie and Destroyer.

    Prix : 5,57 €

    • The New Yorker, February 18th and 25th 2019: Part 2 (Donald Antrim, Adam Entous, Ronan Farrow)

    • De : Donald Antrim, Adam Entous, Ronan Farrow
    • Lu par : Jamie Renell
    • Durée : 1 h et 59 min
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    In this issue: "Deception, Inc." by Adam Entous and Ronan Farrow: A group of former Israeli spies wanted to influence American elections. What could go wrong?; "Everywhere and Nowhere" by Donald Antrim: A journey through suicide.; "The Missing Piece" by Anthony Lane: Everybody Knows and The Lego Movie 2

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    • The New Yorker, January 28th 2019 (Jill Lepore, Jia Tolentino, Jeffrey Toobin)

    • De : Jill Lepore, Jia Tolentino, Jeffrey Toobin
    • Lu par : Jamie Renell
    • Durée : 1 h et 57 min
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    In this Issue: "Making the Case" by Jeffrey Toobin: William Barr and Donald Trump; "Hard News" by Jill Lepore: The state of journalism; "The Book of Spirits" by Jia Tolentino: Why Marlon James decided to write an African Game of Thrones; "Special Powers" by Anthony Lane: Reviews of Glass and An Acceptable Loss.

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    • The New Yorker, May 13th 2019 (Joshua Yaffa, David Owen, Vinson Cunningham)

    • De : Joshua Yaffa, David Owen, Vinson Cunningham
    • Lu par : Jamie Renell
    • Durée : 2 h et 33 min
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    In this issue: "No Rules" by Margaret Talbot: Trump, Barr, and the Rule of Law;"A Learned Neighbor" by Joshua Yaffa: Maxim Osipov finds inspiration in the rural Russian town of Tarusa; "Volumetrics" by David Owen: Why noise pollution is more dangerous than we think; "What Are You Laughing At?" by Vinson Cunningham: Tracy Morgan turns the drama of his life into comedy, again; "Remembering the Future" by Joyce Carol Oates: Hard problems in Ted Chiang's new story collection; "Affairs of State" by Anthony Lane: Reviews of Long Shot and Meeting Gorbachev.

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    • The New Yorker, March 11th 2019 (David Remnick, Jane Mayer, Evan Osnos)

    • De : Evan Osnos, David Remnick, Jane Mayer
    • Lu par : Jamie Renell
    • Durée : 2 h et 6 min
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    In this issue: "Reality Shows" by Evan Osnos: Trump, Kim, Cohen, and the limits of the President's power; "Holding the Note" by David Remnick: Is the guitarist and singer Buddy Guy the last bluesman?; "Trump TV" by Jane Mayer: Fox News has always been partisan. But has it become propaganda?

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    • The New Yorker, February 11th 2019 (Carrie Battan, Ian Parker, Margaret Talbot)

    • De : Carrie Battan, Ian Parker, Margaret Talbot
    • Lu par : Jamie Renell
    • Durée : 2 h et 6 min
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    In this issue: "Not Working" by Margaret Talbot: President Trump's state of disunion; "Raw Material" by Carrie Battan: Pamela Adlon mines decades of experience on the fringes of Hollywood; "Unreliable Narrator" by Ian Parker: The mysteries surrounding the author of the best-selling thriller The Woman in the Window; "Star 69" by Emily Nussbaum: The pursuit of fame on The Masked Singer and The Other Two.

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    • The New Yorker, May 6th 2019 (Jeffrey Toobin, Guinevere Turner, Rivka Galchen)

    • De : Jeffrey Toobin, Guinevere Turner, Rivka Galchen
    • Lu par : Jamie Renell
    • Durée : 2 h et 19 min
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    In this issue: "Twenty for 2020" by Amy Davidson Sorkin: Twenty Democrats are vying to beat Trump. Can they avoid blowing it?; "Fall Guy" by Jeffrey Toobin: Michael Cohen’s last days of freedom; "The Others" by Guinevere Turner: Growing up in an apocalyptic cult wasn’t nearly as hard as leaving it; "The Eigth Continent" by Rivka Galchen: The new race to the moon, for science, profit, and pride; "Divine Guidance" by Adam Kirsch: Modernity, faith, and Martin Buber; and "Leaps and Bounds" by Anthony Lane:The White Crow and Avengers: Endgame.

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    • The New Yorker, March 18th 2019 (Jia Tolentino, Tyler Foggatt, Tad Friend)

    • De : Tyler Foggatt, Jia Tolentino, Tad Friend
    • Lu par : Jamie Renell
    • Durée : 1 h et 57 min
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    In this issue: "Yea or Nay?" by Adam Gopnik: The pros and cons of impeaching Trump; "Young Roger Stone" by Tyler Foggatt: Young Roger Stone's cutthroat teen spirit; "Athleisure Time" by Jia Tolentino: Outdoor Voices blurs the boundaries between working out and everything else; "Second Impressions" by Tad Friend: Can Bill Hader's bleakly funny TV show recast him as a writer-director; and "Shape-Shifters" by Anthony Lane: Reviews of Captain Marvel and Tale of Tales.

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    • The New Yorker, January 14th 2019 (Malcolm Gladwell, Jake Halpern, Elisabeth Zerofsky)

    • De : Malcolm Gladwell, Jake Halpern, Elisabeth Zerofsky
    • Lu par : Jamie Renell
    • Durée : 2 h
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    In this issue: "Democrats in the House" by Margaret Talbot: The House Democrats' best path forward; "Unwatched Pot" by Malcolm Gladwell: Do we know enough about marijuana; "A Night at the Museum" by Jake Halpern: How a French cat burglar pulled off the biggest art heist in decades; "The Illiberal State" by Elisabeth Zerofsky: Viktor Orbán's vision for Europe.

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    • The New Yorker, May 20th 2019 (John Jeremiah Sullivan, Rebecca Mead, James Wood)

    • De : John Jeremiah Sullivan, Rebecca Mead, James Wood
    • Lu par : Jamie Renell
    • Durée : 2 h et 19 min
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    In this issue: "Last Chances" by Elizabeth Kolbert: Climate change and the new age of extinction; "Folk Like Us" by John Jeremiah Sullivan: Rhiannon Giddens and the evolving legacy of black string-band music; "Self-Portrait of a Lady" by Rebecca Mead: Joanna Hogg, whose films center on well-to-do Britons, now tells her own story; "The Time of Your Life" by James Wood: Can secularists bring religious intensity to redeeming our actual existence?; and "The Write Stuff" by Anthony Lane: Reviews of All Is True and Tolkien.

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    • The New Yorker, April 8th 2019 (Nicola Twilley, Rachel Aviv, Steve Coll)

    • De : Nicola Twilly, Rachel Aviv, Steve Coll
    • Lu par : Jamie Renell
    • Durée : 1 h et 59 min
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    In this issue: "What’s the Story?" by Steve Coll: The Attorney General's summary reported no conspiracy, but serious newsrooms and journalists did the job they are supposed to do; "Mueller’s Magnum Opus" by Tyler Foggatt: Three publishers are racing to print the account of the Russia investigation, following in the footsteps of classic page-turners from the Warren Commission and Kenneth Starr; "Home Smog" by Nicola Twilley: When it comes to air pollution, indoors may be worse than out.

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    • The New Yorker, April 29th 2019 (Lauren Collins, James Lasdun, Nicholas Lemann)

    • De : Lauren Collins, James Lasdun, Nicholas Lemann
    • Lu par : Jamie Renell
    • Durée : 2 h et 8 min
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    In this issue: "What Mueller Found" by Amy Davidson Sorkin: Donald Trump's brush with accountability; "Five, Six, Seven, Eight" by Brian Schaefer; "Hideous" by Lisa Birnbach; "Kitchen Companion" by Lauren Collins: Georgia's food renaissance and its forgotten muse."Glow" by James Lasdun: Chasing the aurora borealis. "The Art of Fact" by Nicholas Lemann: John Hersey was a great journalist. Why wasn’t that enough for him? and "The Elle Word" by Emily Nussbaum: Butch and femme on Gentleman Jack and Killing Eve.

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    • The New Yorker, February 4th 2019 (Carolyn Kormann, Sheelah Kolhatkar, Amy Davidson Sorkin)

    • De : Carolyn Kormann, Sheelah Kolhatkar, Amy Davidson Sorkin
    • Lu par : Jamie Renell
    • Durée : 1 h et 53 min
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    In this issue: "Guns and the City" by Amy Davidson Sorkin: Will the Supreme Court use a New York City regulation to strike down gun laws; "The Widening Gyre" by Carolyn Kormann: Boyan Slat’s controversial plan to clean up the oceans; "The Whistle-Blowers" by Sheelah Kolhatkar: The personal toll of exposing fraud; "Adrift" by Anthony Lane: Reviews of Serenity and The Wild Pear Tree

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    • The New Yorker, March 4th 2019 (Steve Coll, Sam Knight, Jill Lepore)

    • De : Steve Coll, Sam Knight, Jill Lepore
    • Lu par : Jamie Renell
    • Durée : 2 h et 11 min
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    In this issue: "May Days" by Jeffrey Toobin: Andrew McCabe’s Countdown to the Mueller Report; "The Jail Health-Care Crisis" by Steve Coll: Criminal-justice failures left a population at risk. Privatization was supposed to help; "The Premonitions Bureau" by Sam Knight: How a psychiatrist came to believe that people can see the future; and "The Robot Caravan" by Jill Lepore: Automation, A.I., and the coming invasion.

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