2007-10-28 13:48:51 GMT/BST
- I've never really got his cartoons, but Hugh MacLeod's How To Be Creative is well worth reading. I thoroughly disagree with point 24, but that might be due to a difference of medium. Also On Cartooning.
- Does learning economics make you happy? This is pretty much in line with my experience. The major negative that he doesn't mention is that it makes you weirder. But there are diminishing marginal losses to becoming weirder and I've long since passed the point where I have to worry much about them.
- Getting Things Done Guru David Allen and His Cult of Hyperefficiency. Some people like it, some people don't like it.
- The Experience of Knowledge
- I look forward to the day when Andrew Kadir-Buxton's invention is put to use in the NHS, but as he says, "I am having a hard time getting the Kadir-Buxton Method used in the UK because it would cut down the number of professionals that are needed at present, and of course, cut the amount of expensive drugs that drug companies sell at present." I'm sure that it's only a matter of time, though, before good sense prevails.