It's looking pretty Springtimey around here.
It's a lovely cure for the grayness of Winter daze.
I like to listen to podcasts and books on tape while I do my arty thing. I like this because my hands and eyes are always too busy for actual turn-the-pages books. Amongst many available free on iTunes, my favorite podcasts include How Stuff Works, This American Life, The Moth, and Shouts From the Lawn. Audiobook-wise, I get on author kicks, reading (or rather listening to) everything I can find (for free on-line). Lately I've exhausted my library's on-line collections of Alice Sebold, Alice Hoffman, and Alice in Wonderland. Looking for a new kick, I tried listening to a collection of H.P. Lovecraft's writings today, but very quickly realized the words were too rich to be digested by my ears alone. Some things you just gotta read.
Any of you listen to audiobooks or podcasts?
Any suggestions for new obsessions?