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  • David and Goliath: First Impressions

    posted to Bookish Posts on Mon 7th Oct 13

    David and Goliath by Malcolm GladwellMy rating: 5 of 5 starsTo my mind, while it is an easy read, this book represents the most complex idea that Malcolm Gladwell has attempted to communicate. The first chapter is written well and it makes it look like it will

  • Tiger on Course For Record

    posted to Bookish Posts on Mon 16th Sep 13

    Earlier this year, Tiger Woods retained the top rank among professional golfers. This was significant achievement because it marked the return of this individual to the top of his sport and inspired confidence among his supporters that his earlier troubles

  • Quoting Bart Simpson

    posted to Bookish Posts on Wed 4th Sep 13

    "The positive facts about how we became the most prosperous species in the history of the planet are unappreciated in the humanities, often because the facts and logic of wealth creation are regrettably unknown". Bart Wilson in, Economics as a Branch of Literature. 

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  • David and Goliath: First Impressions

    posted to Bookish Posts on Mon 7th Oct 13

    David and Goliath by Malcolm GladwellMy rating: 5 of 5 starsTo my mind, while it is an easy read, this book represents the most complex idea that Malcolm Gladwell has attempted to communicate. The first chapter is written well and it makes it look like it will

  • Tiger on Course For Record

    posted to Bookish Posts on Mon 16th Sep 13

    Earlier this year, Tiger Woods retained the top rank among professional golfers. This was significant achievement because it marked the return of this individual to the top of his sport and inspired confidence among his supporters that his earlier troubles

  • Quoting Bart Simpson

    posted to Bookish Posts on Wed 4th Sep 13

    "The positive facts about how we became the most prosperous species in the history of the planet are unappreciated in the humanities, often because the facts and logic of wealth creation are regrettably unknown". Bart Wilson in, Economics as a Branch of Literature.