Yesterday I drove from Palm Springs to Los Angeles and listened to the new issue of the New Yorker on Audm. The entire issue is comprised of just one 30,000 word story called The Plague Year by Lawrence Wright. It’s one of the few single story issues in the 95 year history of the magazine. (If you are wondering, listening to that story takes 2 hours and 52 minutes at 1.25x.) One of the things that I was thinking about while listening was how the economy reacted to the pandemic and what the stock market has done. Specifically it made me think about Raul Ojeda and his company
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