A Perfect Mess

The Hidden Benefits of Disorder - How Crammed Closets, Cluttered Offices, and On-The-Fly Planning Make the World a Better Place

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Like Freakonomics, here is a book that combines counterintuitive thinking with stories from everyday life to provide a striking new view of how our world works. Ever since Einstein's study of Brownian Motion, scientists have understood that a little ...Continua
Lau Siu Sang
Ha scritto il 11/07/08
Don't waste time on this, keep behaving messy ...
I read this book with an intention to find justification for being a messy guy, however, it turns out that the author is NOT authoritative, if not bold enough, to conclude this. He only dares to point out that the cost of maintaining neatness and o...Continua
jbaglio
Ha scritto il 10/10/07

This was a real eye-opener. I was sort of obsessively organized before (or tried to be). This book made me consider the costs of organizing in time and money and reassess how much time I spend trying to fight entropy.


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