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The first deals with what he calls obsessives and minor geniuses; the second with flawed ways of thinking. The third focuses on how we make predictions about people: will they make a good employee, are they capable of great works of art, or are they the local serial killer? Brought together, the pieces form a dazzling record of Gladwell's art.

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Very interesting conclusions on both sides. But ignorance should not be mistaken for knowledge. I also have noticed a trend where quarterbacks who were drafted later ended up playing more than those who were taken early in the draft. It's hard to know why that happens, but interesting none the less.
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I just finished "What the Dog Saw" and I found it quite thought provoking and though it is obvious that some might balk at accepting Mr.Gladwell's conclusions in the various pieces, I found his arguements at least well reasoned and straightforward.
One remark particularily caught my attention. This was at the end of the book in which Gladwell states that journalists should get a background in accounting as well as journalism.
I would have preferred that he simply stated that they should get a background in any other specific subject. I believe that Carleton University requires that journalism students take courses in the sciences.
I agree wholeheartedly. In 2001 an aircraft crashed in Queens N.Y. I saw TV coverage of a "technical briefing" given by the NTSB in which the 'g' forces on the aircraft were described in detail. The NTSB spokesperson had no fewer than 5 requests from journalists in the audience for a definition of 'g' force, of acelleration, and other physics terminology. I could not help but wonder why a journalist with no technical understanding of physics would be sent to cover a technical briefing in which physics concepts would be required to understand the briefing.

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