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Theories, Predictions, and Diagnoses by Malcolm Gladwell
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Mar 16, 2012

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This is the second part of the collection of articles Malcolm Gladwell has chosen from his writings for The New Yorker. This part is about Obsessives, Pioneers and Other Varieties of Minor Geniuses. As Gladwell usually does, he tackles quirky subjects and discusses them to come up with conclusions that serves as gateways to larger meanings. In this part he talks about a variety of subject, such as homelessness,types of failiures, airplane crashes,having too much information, plagiarism and many other interesting subjects.

The subjects covered in this part are a bit more interesting than the first one. However, it still had the same problem of the first one.

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