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Mises.org on the iPad

September 3, 2010 by

If you have a chance to try it, Mises.org works really great on the iPad. With the new Stanza catalog, all the audio and most video, and of course the full website, it makes for a great Austrian economics consumption device. Please comment below if you have any other ideas for sharing our content with the world.


Jorge Borlandelli September 3, 2010 at 9:24 am

A device, ipad, Kindle, whatever, pre-loaded with the Mises.org content and with a good index by subject, author, etc. and perhaps a few suggested reading lists by LvMI scholars is my dream. I would need to buy any other book as reading that material would probably take the rest of my life.
Congratulations for all you are doing!!!

CJS September 3, 2010 at 9:30 am

I have had the Mises catalog incorporated into Stanza on my iPad since it was announced, and the catalog adds to what is really is an embarrassment of riches for economic thought available for portable devices. Several times a day I check my current RSS news reader of choice (Pulse) to keep up with the Mises Blog and daily articles, along with other individual Austrian commentators’ feeds. The other day I spotted the announcement that Jeffrey Tucker’s Bourbon for Breakfast was now available in epub. I popped open Stanza and was reading his first essay in the book within two minutes. At this point, for anyone interested in Austrian analysis, the only challaenge is how to triage the plethora of resources available.

Dan September 3, 2010 at 3:20 pm

I’ve also been using stanza since you first posted about it and love it. It is very useful for the mises academy classes I’ve been taking. The only thing I can think of as an improvement for me would be if I could watch the lectures live on my iPad. Oh, and if Walter Block would teach a class for the academy I would be thrilled.

Eirik September 8, 2010 at 10:08 pm

So, is there any way to browse the multimedia catalogue and stream your favourite audio lecture on your iphone without using Safari? Would be great to have while driving when you shouldn’t manouver on the tiny screen trying to hit the tiny play button. It would be great if you could get a multimedia catalogue just like the ebook catalogue now available through Stanza. Anyway, great work Chad and the others behind the scenes making this available!

Anonymous March 26, 2011 at 9:23 pm

This is awesome. I have my work cut out for me. Thanks. Best thing I can do with my iPad 2. Btw, epubs are easier to read than PDF.

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