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 My mix of content consumption used to be short articles (~30%), long articles (~15%), and podcasts (~5%), and books (~50%). 

Over the last year or so, it has changed a good deal. It now looks something like short articles (~15%), long articles (~5%), podcasts (~40%), books (~40%). 

These are rough numbers that I've brought up based on my time logs. 

The rise in podcast consumption is quite stark. It looks like I'm reading fewer articles in general and am listening to podcasts a lot more. 

This doesn't come as much of a surprise to me given that nearly every author whose blog I used to read has now shifted their own creation with a skew towards podcasts. Some have even started putting out Youtube videos. 

But the time I spend reading books hasn't changed much during all this. 

Looks like I still get a lot of insights by reading about topics in depth in the book format. 

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