Malcolm Gladwell Answers Research Questions From Twitter | Tech Support | WIRED

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Author Malcolm Gladwell answers the web's most searched questions about research. How do you avoid confirmation bias? Is the 10,000 hours rule actually real? Does anyone go to libraries anymore? Is Wikipedia a reliable resource? Did McDonald's fries taste better when we were kids? Malcolm answers all these questions and much more!
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J. F.
J. F. 14 gün önce
As a librarian, I'm glad to hear that! Libraries are magical!
Christy Nicholas, Author
Christy Nicholas, Author 14 gün önce
The library is one of the few places we go to in the modern day where we aren't expected to spend money. It's also an incredible resource for so many people and for so many reasons.
Sergio Pepe
Sergio Pepe 14 gün önce
Why do I always come thinking "oh, this is gonna be boring" and end up loving every episode?? One of my favorite channels out there.
Dr. StudyJunkiee
Dr. StudyJunkiee 14 gün önce
A library is the foundation of a society in which the core element of that society's education and wisdom is soley embedded.
A Bird
A Bird 14 saatler önce
As someone who adores libraries and is frequently frustrated by a lack of archival evidence/special collections online, this made me deeply happy.
Chan Chee Ken
Chan Chee Ken 14 gün önce
The best part is…even though there are some totally random questions like “why fries taste better as a child” or “is country music sad”, Malcolm just straight up has a serious explanation to answer every single one of those questions.
SweetoothTKC 14 gün önce
10,000 WITH CONSTANT FEEDBACK! The feedback is EXTREMELY important for this rule. If you spent 10,000 hours drawing a circle until it was the best possible circle you've ever seen, if you have no feedback, no one was there to tell you you were drawing a triangle the whole time.
ArsenicDrone 14 gün önce
I like that he didn't crap on the ghost story question. Things aren't false just because the evidence is weak and they aren't investigated in effective ways. They're just not known to be true. An important middle ground.
Andy Peiffer
Andy Peiffer 14 gün önce
That statement about boredom was really insightful. I'm going to lock that in my brain forever
Adam Taylor
Adam Taylor 14 gün önce
What a fascinating person! Really insightful on a subject most people never touch on, I hope you're able to do more with this gentleman in the future!
Richey Baumann
Richey Baumann 14 gün önce
Aggy 14 gün önce
Part of the problem with Google, that I wish he mentioned more explicitly, is that it's algorithm gives you results that it thinks you want. Which means, for instance,if you are in a certain political party, it will give you results that agree with your views.
Justa Youtuber
Justa Youtuber 14 gün önce
Yes, experts spend 10,000 hours doing something. BUT it is wrong to assume that if YOU do 10,000 hours you will become an expert.
Ryuujinusa 14 gün önce
One of my favorite authors of all time. Awesome video
Kon2336 Gün önce
Love Malcolm’s explanations
Brandon's Aquariums and Terrariums
Brandon's Aquariums and Terrariums 9 saatler önce
Amazing guy, I want him to write an autobiography
Tatiana Kotykhina
Tatiana Kotykhina 9 saatler önce
Such a good advices, thank you Mr.Gladwel👌👨‍🔬
Cheyenne Lu
Cheyenne Lu 14 gün önce
I can’t say enough how much I enjoy the witty and serious answers (I’m only halfway through the video haha). Gladwell is so intriguing ❤
valleyshrew 14 gün önce
Gladwell seems unfamiliar with the accusation that the Stanford Prison Experiment was faked, that has been substantially documented. The prison guards were encouraged to act a certain way, and the prisoners were faking their distress as well. Gladwell just assumes the questioner is some crazy person rather than thinking maybe he's missing something and should look into it.
Mitch Clark
Mitch Clark 14 gün önce
"I'd rather be dumb than look dumb." - a smart person
Anne Wojcicki, Co-founder and CEO of 23andMe
Stanford Graduate School of Business
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