Archive for the ‘Books’ Category

Clayton Christensen: The Survivor

Superbly written and inspiring article at Forbes about the health challenges faced by highly regarded author and Harvard professor Clayton Christensen. Christensen’s influential book, The Innovator’s Dilemma: When New Technologies Cause Great Firms to Fail, is a must read for every business person, as it captures and explains the essence of the process of innovation, […]

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Neural Plasticity, Free Will and the Blind Painters

From the Belmont Club comments section comes this fascinating story about a congenitally blind Turkish artist, Esref Armagan, who paints visual imagery!  Armagan’s works are described as “disarmingly realistic” and his skills characterized as “formidable”.  My interest heightened as I read that Armagan visited the US at the invitation of Harvard & Boston University neurologists, […]

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The Bad News

Belmont Club and USS Clueless document the expertise of Islamic terrorists in using the Western Press as one of its most potent weapons against us.

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