Impressive collection of inspiring perspectives and variation on bread making.
The authors attack a overly simplified version of the theories they aim to refute, failing to recognize the necessarily non-linear nature of evolution.
The book gives surprisingly little attention to the question how Impact Players can assure they get rewarded for the value they bring
Highly entertaining book, providing entertaining facts and refreshing perspectives.
In theory a fascinating topic, but in practice a boring read; as I should have expected because the Post leveraged rather than drove innovation.
Hard-felt plea for including future generations into political decision making.
Mix of interesting Marxist perspectives on contemporary politics and confusing rants about old movies.
Fresh and highly entertaining retelling of classic tales.
The book is more about political realities than about cultures, with little attention given to the role of black people (apart from them being enslaved).
Entertaining and motivating.
Surprisingly valuable, considering the conceptual natureof the material covered.
Most intriguing where the described ‘globalization’ takes the for of trade – rather than old-fashioned conquest
A collection of juicy stories backed by interesting historical facts grounded in documented history and archeological finds.
Due to the breadth of the topic, the compelling perspective disintegrates and it ends up as a long parade of interesting facts.
The author provides a richness of perspectives that guide the reader beyond clichés.
The best quote is not from the author: “Quality is the best business plan” (John Lasseter, director of Toy Story).