No time to read? You can now listen to my articles...
Substack app is like a podcast
I know it’s hard to find time to read longer articles these days. So, I’m excited to be one of the first Substack writers to get this new audio feature that lets you listen as if it’s a podcast.
Their technology just converted all my newsletters into audio. I listened to it today and the AI woman actually sounds like me — though I’m more animated than “her.” Here’s how it works:
Download the Substack app (which I love it — it’s the only way I read now)
Look for the headphone icon on the top right of my story
Click the play button in the pop-up screen!
I think you’ll find it easier at times to listen instead of reading. I put links below to some of my articles that you may have missed because they are longer. Everything was converted so scroll around my Substack page “Emily Posts” for what interests you.
As a writer, I hope you still take the time to read books and long-form journalism. But I’m up against a society that gets the news from TikTok and podcasts so I’m trying to find the right balance.
Your time is valuable. I deeply appreciate every minute you spend reading my words and now listening to them.
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