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The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell
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Mar 11, 2009

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bookshelves: 2009-for-me
Read in March, 2009

i liked this book, some parts were very interesting, like about cleaning up the subway grafiti and new york in general- how little things made a big difference overall, but then there were parts i really didnt care for like the part about sesame street and blues clues, i found myself tuning out. it was somewhat like reading a textbook at times and other times not.

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Question: What was the Seaseme Street part about and why didn't you like it.
What is the premise of this book?

jenna nims The Sesame Street section was about why kids did or did not like sesame street and how blues clues studied the parts that worked and didnt and ended up making their show even more popular. The book is about what makes things "stick" like trends, etc., how epidemics starts - healthwise and otherwise, and all sorts of other similar topics.

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