February 27, 2007
I recently watched the DVD movie of The Secret, and it had a lot of interesting and inspirational ideas in it.
So for those of you interested in exploring The Secret more, I felt it necessary to point out that at LearnOutLoud.com here we feature many audio titles associated with The Secret.
First off we must mention that we now sell the The Secret on audio download!
Download The Secret by Rhonda Byrne featuring other teachers from the movie The Secret
And we must also mention that we now feature the followup to The Secret book:
The Power by Rhonda Byrne
For a free introduction to many of the teachers in The Secret you might want to check out The Masters of The Secret Podcast featuring James Ray, Lisa Nichols, Dr. Michael Beckwith, Jack Canfield, & Joe Vitale:
The Masters of The Secret Podcast
Or check out this podcast from Exceptional Wisdom Radio featuring Law of Attraction teachers from The Secret such as Mike Dooley, Joe Vitale, Bob Doyle, Marie Diamond, and Marci Shimoff:
Law of Attraction Podcast
One of the teachers most prominently featured in the movie is author and speaker Joe Vitale. We feature a number of his audio programs on download here at LearnOutLoud.com including:
The Attractor Factor
The Seven Lost Secrets of Success
Also featured in The Secret is spiritual teacher Michael Beckwith. We feature a number of his audio programs on download here at LearnOutLoud.com including:
The Answer Is You
The Life Visioning Process
One other teacher featured in The Secret is Mike Dooley who emphasizes in the film that "thoughts become things". We now feature a number of his audio books on download here at LearnOutLoud.com:
Notes from the Universe
Leveraging the Universe and Engaging the Magic
More Notes from the Universe
Also featured in the film is quantum physicist Fred Alan Wolf, also know as Dr. Quantum. We feature many title by him on audio download:
Dr. Quantum Presents: A User's Guide to Your Universe
Fred Alan Wolf at The Mind, Matter, and Time Conference
Dr. Quantum and the Spiritual Laws of Physics
Check out audio books from these well known teachers featured in the movie as well:
Jack Canfield Audio
John Gray Audio
Bob Proctor Audio
Denis Waitley Audio & Video
Neale Donald Walsch Audio
Esther Hicks Audio
Lisa Nichols Audio
Also on the DVD, creator Rhonda Byrne explains that she got inspired to create The Secret after reading the 1910 classic The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace D. Wattles, which just happens to be one of LearnOutLoud.com's bestselling titles:
The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace D. Wattles
LearnOutLoud.com has also published a number of classic works which established the ideas behind The Secret. Thought Vibration, or the Law of Attraction in the Thought World by William Walker Atkinson is a cornerstone of the New Thought Movement. And Wallace D. Wattles' The Science of Being Great does for personal growth, what his book The Science of Getting Rich has done for manifesting wealth.
We've also had a few audio books published through our TeachOutLoud service that pertain to the law of attraction entitled: The Believer's Guide To The Law of Attraction and The Slender Path.
To experience the film version of The Secret visit www.thesecret.tv. Teachers from the movie have been featured on The Larry King Live Show, The Ellen Degeneres Show, and The Oprah Winfrey Show. Find out what all the fuss is about and what this "secret" really is.
Posted by LearnOutLoud
February 13, 2007
Yahoo and Monster Cable throw their support behind Steve Jobs and Apple in advocating the death of DRM.
Jobs gains support from Yahoo, Monster on DRM issue
We're almost there.
February 6, 2007
I've spent most of the last couple of years in a love-hate relationship with Apple. I love them because they make slick devices, have done much to promote podcasting and have user interfaces that just plain work. I hate them because they make Fairplay-content incompatible with any devices other than iPods and won't allow other forms of DRM'ed content to work on the iPod.
However I just read something Steve Jobs wrote that was posted today on Apple's website:
Thoughts on Music
I whole-heartedly agree with everything he says in here and I'm officially changing my tune on Apple (in addition to upping my timeframe for running out to buy a Powerbook).
The point is simple. DRM for music and audiobooks doesn't work and never has. One of these days the Emperors (the record labels and major publishing houses) will realize they aren't wearing any clothes and they start selling DRM-free content. That will be a very, very good day.