What the Dog Saw

and other adventures

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Ha scritto il 17/04/15
The book was divided into three parts. The first part was about some products (such as the color dye and the pills) and the history of their inventors. It was a bit too informative and boring. The second part and thrid part were about some well ...Continua
Ha scritto il 22/02/15
Not as good as I expected
I have read the tipping point and like how the author put things together to explain a concept. However, i was quite disappointed by this book. I realized that this book is a collection of the articles the author posted up in newspaper/magazines ...Continua
Ha scritto il 25/07/13
I borrowed this book because I wanted to read some English non-fictions. Some of the essays are really interesting, while some are little bit boring. I am really impressed by John Rock's Error, the one on birth-control pill, which reveals that ...Continua
Ha scritto il 07/01/12
Yes, most of these stories are a great read (only one I did not find that interesting, about hairpaint; somehow I did not connect to the subject). I guess I like The Art of Failure best. Failure is a very under communicated subject, I ...Continua
Ha scritto il 23/12/11
This is a good book to inspire you thinking in depth & ask questions for most extraordinary things about us and our world.Connecting the Dots: Steps to steps analysis telling you why people can't make accurate predication. People tend to give ...Continua

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