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And Now… Back To Our Regularly Scheduled Programming!

Hello all! I’m moved in! And I have internet! Which is good because I was beginning to suffer from withdrawal. It’s amazing how many times in a day I have a question that can only be answered by the internet and also how quiet it can be without it! Ok, enough exclamation points. I just wanted to announce that as of today, things should be back to their regular schedule, including more frequent and more exciting photography Friday posts as I explore Ithaca. I hope you’ve all had a great week and I’m glad to be back 🙂


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Bookends – Flyte and Malcolm Gladwell

Non-Project Non-Fiction

My on-the-side non-fiction reading this week included two books by Malcolm Gladwell, Blink and The Tipping Point.  Blink was well-written and accessible.  The author shares many engaging anecdotes to facilitate his discussion of when our split-second decisions serve us well and when they go wrong.  It’s not the most scientific book I’ve read (with less transparent support for the points the author makes than Click, for example) but does cite many scientific studies for those who care to delve more deeply into any specific claim. Continue reading

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