It really depends on what I'm trying to learn. If I'm trying to go thru coding tuts or something that needs a visual to "imagine the possibilities", like animations, YouTube and Udemy are the best places to go. If I want to learn about strategy or long form cases, I bank on books or case studies. If I'm driving, I turn on my audiobooks. :)
@rob_hicks I prefer to listen to non-fiction books vs reading them (exception being autobiographies) but generally when it comes to learning I am picking up something short/quick off YouTube e.g. programming shortcuts
I really need the option to select multiple answers.
In the last couple of months while building Curatemails, I have read plenty of books ( online and offline), listened to plenty of podcasts, read blogs & newsletters.
I just learn from any medium possible.
For me learning is more important than the medium.
I even watch videos whenever I get more time, but watching videos generally takes more time than usual.
I am trying to collate the ultimate reading list for people in a start up. My original idea was around audiobooks. Your responses helped me to refine that that was not the case.
Thanks for all your feedback.
If you are interested in checking out the finished list once its done, check this link out below