{Audible} Qué que vio el perro y otras aventuras Author Malcolm Gladwell – Andy-palmer.co.uk

Qué que vio el perro y otras aventuras What Is The Difference Between Choking And Panicking Why Are There Dozens Of Varieties Of Mustard But Only One Variety Of Ketchup What Do Football Players Teach Us About How To Hire Teachers What Does Hair Dye Tell Us About The History Of The 20th Century In The Past Decade, Malcolm Gladwell Has Written Three Books That Have Radically Changed How We Understand Our World And Ourselves The Tipping Point, Blink, And Outliers Now, In What The Dog Saw, He Brings Together, For The First Time, The Best Of His Writing From The New Yorker Over The Same Period Here You Ll Find The Bittersweet Tale Of The Inventor Of The Birth Control Pill, And The Dazzling Creations Of Pasta Sauce Pioneer Howard Moscowitz Gladwell Sits With Ron Popeil, The King Of The American Kitchen, As He Sells Rotisserie Ovens, And Divines The Secrets Of Cesar Millan, The Dog Whisperer Who Can Calm Savage Animals With The Touch Of His Hand He Explores Intelligence Tests And Ethnic Profiling And Why It Was That Employers In Silicon Valley Once Tripped Over Themselves To Hire The Same College Graduate.


10 thoughts on “Qué que vio el perro y otras aventuras

  1. Diane Diane says:

    This is an interesting collection of Malcolm Gladwell s writings that were originally published in The New Yorker In the preface, Gladwell says this collection includes his favorite articles I ve read most of his books, and What the Dog Saw is a similarly fun mix of popular sociology, psychology, economics, social history and marketing My favori


  2. Trevor Trevor says:

    I m very fond of Malcolm Gladwell s writing It is hard for me to not gush about someone who is living a life I would love to live I guess I should feel jealous of him, but instead I just feel grateful to know that someone can live that life And I really love his writing He is a writer who never leaves his readers behind, who is always beautifully clear and who stru


  3. Karen Karen says:

    In What the Dog Saw, Gladwell offers a treasure chest of gems, each shining brightly on their own In each essay, Gladwell usually starts with one puzzling situation and then adds information and other narratives to complicate the topic Then the first situation resurfaces midway and at the conclusion, helping to bring the topic to closure Most of the time, his underlying


  4. Ryan Ryan says:

    One day, I ll find a lively, out of context anecdote that superficially explains why Malcolm Gladwell bugs me Until then I guess he wins Merlin Mann What The Dog Saw is a series of catchy social science essays by Malcom Gladwell, best known for his long form books The Tipping Point, Blink, and Outliers The book s essays are culled from a d


  5. Riku Sayuj Riku Sayuj says:

    Probably the best Malcolm Gladwell book that I ve read, and I ve read them all.


  6. S.Baqer Al-Meshqab S.Baqer Al-Meshqab says:

    This could be my least favorite book for Gladwell In my opinion, it is usually hard to construct a book that is likeable enough, out of a collection of articles or blogs I honestly didn t expect too much out of it.However, being my least favorite doesn t make it bad It is actually good, real good For a book that compiles several titles, Galdwell did a good job in explaining each idea and


  7. Thomas Thomas says:

    Not my typical reading fare you can tell by the dearth of nonfiction on my Goodreads shelf and the time it took me to read this What the Dog Saw is divided into three sections Part 1 Obsessives, Pioneers, and Other Varieties of Minor Genius, Part 2 Theories, Predictions, and Diagnoses, and Part 3 Personality, Character, and Intelligence.I didn t enjoy Part 1 as much as 2 or 3 because I c


  8. Tania Lukinyuk Tania Lukinyuk says:

    I finally finally finished it But not because it is boring it is collection of articles by Gladwell, so it does not go down like one single book All articles clearly demonstrate inquisitive mind and quick wit of Gladwell, but not all of them are of equal interest and thrill Some articles feel like they are concocted out of thin air, some are too plain and unexcited But I was fascinated by the stories


  9. Rebecca Rebecca says:

    A little background I really love Malcolm Gladwell I was first introduced to him through my Persuasion class I took while studying abroad last summer We had to read Blink, his first published book it was one of the most interesting books I have ever read for a class He is no stranger to writing, though His full time occupation is as a journalist for the New Yorker.Why is he so amazing, might you ask I ll t


  10. Ana Ana says:

    Each of the articles first appeared in The New Yorker and was handpicked by Gladwell to show us the world through the eyes of various people and even a dog The book is divided in 3 parts Obsessives, Pioneers, and other varieties of Minor Genius, Theories, Predictions, and Diagnoses and Personality, Character, and Intelligence.


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