The power of introverts

Earlier this month, i repaired my "iPod Photo 4th Gen" by replacing the dying battery. I got the new parts via eBay and followed a tutorial on iFixit to give it a second life. I bought this Apple iPod model in white with 20GB over a decade ago, in August 2005. But it failed and i got a new device through warranty, in March 2006, and i never used it again. Because i bought a black "iPod Video 5th Gen" with 60GB, while i waited in February, and later, i got a "iPod Nano 4th Gen" in black with 16GB, which is smaller and without a spinning hard drive inside. Nevertheless, the iPod Photo battery didn’t last, even without any use.
I tried a couple of audiobooks with my new old media player this month. But i’m quite annoyed by writers who are trying to make things longer than they need to be, just to sell more pages without useful content. But i liked "Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking" by Susan Cain, because i can agree and relate to many things she writes about: "At least one-third of the people we know are introverts. They are the ones who prefer listening to speaking; who innovate and create but dislike self-promotion; who favor working on their own over working in teams."
Now i have two audiobooks on my to-do list: "The Three-Body Problem" and "The Dark Forest" by writer Cixin Liu. I didn’t found his third book "Death's End" as audio version available to me. But it should be enough to satisfy my hunger for science fiction, at least for 36 hours. If i'm not tired enough at night, i like to listen to books or podcasts, because the time is wasted otherwise.
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