Someone gave me the links to interesting articles by Malcolm Gladwell.
All of them were very interesting.
But I list them in the order of the one that made me feel like putting on this blog the most to the one the least.
Million-Dollar Murray (Why problems like homelessness may be easier to solve than to manage.)
What we can learn from spaghetti sauce
The Uses of Adversity
The reason why I wanted to put the first one in this blog was the last section about air pollution. That gave me a new perspective and made me realize that by retrospective, in the past, I have observed a similar phenomenon.
The part of the second article, actually a talk, "people don't know what they want" is related to how we develop software in Agile way. It is based on a notion that the users don't know what they want. So we build software incrementally, showing it to the users as we go and deciding what to do next based on their reactions. That's all I wanted to say in this blog. The main theme of the talk is much beyond that, however, and that will heavily influence the way I view things from now on.
The third one gave me a new important perspective as well. I'm glad that I read it. But most probably it would have stayed as a bookmark instead of putting it in this blog if I didn't get its link with the other two.