If you have no desire to go that far in the study of the English language, The Elements of Eloquence will just leave your brain in a state of paralysis.
Biology was one of my favourite subjects in school and “The Science of Being Human: Why We Behave, Think and Feel the Way We Do” is a joy to read (at least to me).
It took me forever to finish The 4-Hour Workweek because I can’t get over the nagging suspicion that Tim Ferriss is an overrated “lifehacks” aggregator. The author is clever to put a passage that addresses doubters at the beginning of the book. But by the end of the book, my suspicion is more or less… Read More »
What’s interesting about The Ultimate Question 2.0 is that the authors didn’t just highlight everything good about the Net Promoter system.
Section 31: Control details the grim prospects of an artificial superintelligence (ASI) running amok due to a lack of, well, control.
There’s no doubting Malcolm Gladwell’s storytelling prowess, but if you have read his previous works, you will find this a bit formulaic.