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Ignore Everybody by Hugh MacLeod
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Apr 19, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: professionaldevelopment
Read from April 19 to 21, 2010

Like most books that cover common and/or popular, timeless topics (business, the meaning of life and art, etc), Hugh MacLeod does a lovely job of articulating what we, in our heart of hearts, already know. Why? Because his weapon of choice is common sense. So reading a book like this is somehow utterly refreshing and yet completely eye-rolling at its simplicity. MacLeod is fun to read though, fairly humorous and I found myself enjoying his description of the Sex/Cash theory.

As a former English major, I especially like chapter 21 :)
You'll just have to read it to find out what he says.

Last plug for the book: it's short. A very efficient read. I knocked it out in 3 commuter train rides, and probably could have done it in two if I would have stopped playing Bejeweled on my iPod.

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message 1: by Leah (new)

Leah lol -- i LOVE bejeweled.

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