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Malcolm Gladwell has a blog

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —February 27, 2006
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_malcolmgladwellauthorFor those who enjoyed The Tipping Point and Blink you will be pleased to hear Malcolm Gladwell has a blog which will expand on aspects of his articles (found here) and other writings for the New Yorker. As he says:

I have come (belatedly) to the conclusion that a blog can be a very valuable supplement to my books and the writing I do for the New Yorker. What I think I’d like to do is to use this forum to elaborate and comment on and correct and amend things that I have already written.

And if you want to remember what you read in Blink and the Tipping Point, Malcolm has summarised the chapters (using Blink as an example) as a reading guide, provided a suggested reading list, and expanded bibliography.

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One Response to “Malcolm Gladwell has a blog”

  1. Shawn Callahan Says:

    I’m having problems with comments at the moment so I’m posting this on behalf of Felix Harling.
    Hello! I enjoyed The Tipping Point and I am looking forward to reading Malcom Gladwells Blog. Thank to Stan Garfield (in DestinationKM) I discovered your blog: Excellent articles.
    Kind regards from a KM-addicted consultant from Germany, Felix

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