I don't just read one thing at a time. I read a dozen or so books at a time, jump through online articles, and back to a book. To the outsider it looks like chaos, yet think of it as I am making a soup. I know that I want a certain taste (or understanding of an idea) and I will maybe add a dash of tomato here, some meat there, some broth, some pepper, some covered simmering, whatever. I seek out ideas via triangularization.
Instapaper is where I put a lot of content I find online to read later. I like the clean look, how I can highlight portions, and so on. Here is my reading profile. https://www.instapaper.com/p/eddiecoyote
I got one of my degrees in philosophy. When was the last time you were held in thrall by a philosopher at a cocktail party? Never? Too bad... because get us together with some tasty beverages and we have great conversations. Still, many people assume philosophy to be stuffy, rigid, boring, and really hard to approach. Wherever you are on the spectrum, someone who thinks thinking is too much work, or someone who has a picture of Kant on your mantle, this podcast is for you. His approaches are in plain language, easy symbolism, and a great way to approach the subjects. A great podcast for all.
This is just pure awesomeness put into audio form. I'm unsure how I can sum it up differently. You never know what story they will cover... but whatever it is you will be entertained and informed.