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Now hear this: 5 new audio articles 

Paul Ingraham ARCHIVEDMicroblog posts are archived and rarely updated. In contrast, most long-form articles on PainScience.com are updated regularly over the years.

I have now finished audio versions of five of my most popular and controversial articles, basically a Greatest Hits from the last decade of publishing. There’s a theme: each one is about a popular but all-too questionable idea, like the value of stretching or the nature of “trigger points.” They are read by me, professionally produced (by Vancouver film-maker and creative-polymath Kennedy Goodkey), and embellished with some original music (by Vancouver composer Phil Mahoney). I used to be a theatre and radio guy, so these were a hoot for me to make.

They aren’t free (unless you are a blind or low-vision visitor). I created these to be a nice perk for my best customers, who have bought a bundle of all my e-books, the e-boxed set.

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