[books] It Pays to Trust Your Gut — Wired reviews Malcolm Gladwell’s new book Blink … ‘[This is] Gladwell’s point: People make instant decisions, and it is possible to learn how to make them good ones. He’s not saying that snap judgments are always good. Instead, he says, when they are backed by experience and knowledge, they can be good.’
Review of Malcolm Gladwell’s New Book
This entry was posted on Monday, January 10th, 2005 at 8:58 pm and is filed under Books, Malcolm Gladwell.
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All very convincing, but at the back of your mind is the recognition that Francis Wheen will tear Gladwell to shreds even more convincingly in his next book.
are we talking comic books here? they even admit to a bit of pro-wrestling theatricality to it :D
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