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Cloud Culture: Reality has become a video game [Collaborative Series 3/8]

This post is #3 in an collaborative eight part series by Brad Szollose and I about how culture shapes technology.

DO VIDEO GAMES REALLY MATTER THAT MUCH TO DIGITAL NATIVES? 930 more words

Culture

Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking (Book Review)

Gladwell’s talent is for weaving together scientific research findings from fields as diverse as sociology, psychology, criminology and marketing with an anecdotal style to create new ways of looking at things for the popular reader. 1,612 more words

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Malcolm Gladwell: How I Ruined My Best Friend's Wedding

A lot of years ago I ruined a stunning friendship, and it was more than a song, which sounds like a strange point to ruin a friendship over. 37 more words

Women Ideas

Malcolm Gladwell: How I Ruined My Greatest Friend's Wedding

Many years ago I ruined a beautiful friendship, and it was over a song, which sounds like a strange issue to ruin a friendship more than. 38 more words

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Malcolm Gladwell: How I Ruined My Best Friend's Wedding

Many years ago I ruined a beautiful friendship, and it was over a song, which sounds like a strange thing to ruin a friendship over. And what makes it even stranger is that the song was sung with the utmost love and affection. 21 more words

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Fear, Part Deux

I like reading Malcolm Gladwell because he looks at situations from a unique angle or viewpoint.  In his latest book, David and Goliath, he talks about the concept of “remote misses.”  In World War II, the Germans bombed London incessantly. 369 more words

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