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Boxcarcifer 29/08/2021 - 15:22

Outliers by a psychopath, ""Malcolm Gladwell"" is a book that plagiarizes Liars & Outliers Bruce Schneier's book: The Internet has created 'the largest trust gap' in history 'Liars and Outliers'
April Fool's Day: Lemony Snicket and Malcolm Gladwell in Major Plagiarism Scandal

Lemony Snicket and Malcolm Gladwell's new books in plagiarism scandal

It would not be April Fool's Day without some kind of writing scandal. Today a shocking plagiarism scandal erupted between bestselling authors Lemony Snicket, author of A Series of Unfortunate Events and Malcolm Gladwell, author of The Tipping Point, Blink, and Outliers. Snicket posted a press release on his website detailing Gladwell's nefarious dealings. Gladwell, for his part, denies the accusations and has made a retaliatory threat of his own against Snicket.

Snicket claims that Gladwell's new book, David and Goliath contains material lifted straight from Snicket's new book, File Under: 13 Suspicious Incidents. Those who are suspicious of any press releases issued on April 1st might note that both authors are published by Little, Brown, have new releases out and are friends. Still, the evidence presented by Snicket (see it all here) is compelling. Snicket shows that Gladwell clearly plagiarized the words "if," "I," "that" and "you." He also used a photo of a policeman in his book. Snicket has a cartoon of a policeman in his book.

Snicket told Publishers Weekly "Every time I blink Malcolm Gladwell steals from me like an outright outlier. I've reached the tipping point. It's like an old biblical story I can't think of right now." PW gave Gladwell the chance to respond. He replied, "Mr. Snicket is asking All The Wrong Questions. He better watch out, or this will turn into a series of something or other."

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Boxcarcifer 29/08/2021 - 15:22

Outliers is a book that plagiarizes Liars & Outliers Bruce Schneier's book: The Internet has created 'the largest trust gap' in history 'Liars and Outliers' takes swings at NSA, U.S. government, Facebook, Microsoft and others Trust is at the heart of security, argues Bruce Schneier in his latest book, "Liars and Outliers." But the Internet, in particular, is making it easier and easier for the liars— — he criminals, the attackers, the cheats and the "defectors" from societal norms of trust — to thrive. And in his book, Schneier doesn't let corporations and government off the hook, either, calling them some of the biggest "defectors" of all from trust.
But in "Liars and Outliers," Schneier, one of the few technical security experts of our time showing the inclination to take on the big questions about the impact of technology on society, makes it clear why he thinks why the Internet is leading to "the largest trust gap in our history."

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Evelyn Beas 29/08/2021 - 15:22

Basically ppl who put in the work will succeed lol

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Jo Becker 29/08/2021 - 15:22

I never thought about this delayed age thing – so true!

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KeyboardWarrior 29/08/2021 - 15:22

Propaganda. Picking and choosing evidence.

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Sim Delouise 29/08/2021 - 15:22

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Chris Kokolios 29/08/2021 - 15:22

Success according to this video is getting rich or getting famous or both . Success to me is being able to sustain happiness

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froge 29/08/2021 - 15:22

i will never succeed because my first thought at 0:41 was SUS

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The Afrikan Superstar Black 29/08/2021 - 15:22

Poverty is a physical and psychological hinderance indeed. #Afrikansuperstar

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Jerry west 29/08/2021 - 15:22

but the billionaire people who are less likely to work hard appear as if they did work hard and get all the fruits of the labor they did not do

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Denise 29/08/2021 - 15:22

It’s sad that capitalisation is more important than happiness, and that monetary wealth is believed to be the key to happiness!

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Andre Michau 29/08/2021 - 15:22

Because some must and most cannot.

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DANIEL KAKAI 29/08/2021 - 15:22

In short he's saying give as many people as possible opportunity

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Dan Falls 29/08/2021 - 15:22

I'm concerned there is no longer a middle. For example, a person working a trade job earning decent money, but pursuing their real passion in writing or arts or music. Maybe something different like a technical project using their garage. I think in some ways we are financially poor, but we work hard to climb back, but then this results in us becoming poor in available Time and a reserve of mental energy to pursue excellence in personal projects.

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Christian Dominguez 29/08/2021 - 15:22

to summarize , if you don't do anything , nothing is gonna happen .

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gino m 29/08/2021 - 15:22

I think I encountered this man before I entered hell and came out…..now I'm watching a lecture of his….

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David Simons 29/08/2021 - 15:22

If you look at poor countries like USSR was where 90% were abysmally poorer (and without the possibility of getting wealthier) in comparison to what we call poor in North America there still was a standard distribution of “success” wich seems to indicate that while an equalizing factor, poverty is relative to the context of the surrounding culture and not the main ingredient in the achievement of “success” wich is also very subjective term.
You don’t need expensive studies to state the obvious.

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Valerie Shearman 29/08/2021 - 15:22

This is sooo amazingly true
I have been from a home of a mother that was a prostitute and heron attic and no father Always loved music passionately
Hide from my home background in music, 25% good at it …terrible rhythm. Then way later I’m 60 years old now I’ve been told I’m great at this task now. Write my own Lyric’s-and melodies to the lead in my theatre show
Why did alll those years go unnoticed and ineffective??? I feel I have wasted all my young years when now there are not many opportunities for this age group as age is an obstacle to the greatest diction makers of the world
Why now is this so overlooked when there are so Many talented adults 50-70 it staggering when hearing what’s out there so they give up it’s very sad…:(

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Neven Cuca 29/08/2021 - 15:22

I’ve half read this book last winter, but then I didnt realized April is the best month to get under the sheets

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Marjorie Skillman 29/08/2021 - 15:22

WHY DO CHILDREN MATH NEED TO THINK LIKE ANOTHER COULTURE, WHY CAN'T THE CHILDREN LEARN MATH EDUCATION LIKE EDUCATORS OF MATH. SOME FOLKS ARE TIRED IF EXCLUDING THEIR OWN COULTURE FOR THE SAKE OF WHATEVER.

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Bill Nail 29/08/2021 - 15:22

1in 6 rounds to 17, not 16, but when you’re writing propaganda to distract from the real problem…

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fun 29/08/2021 - 15:22

if that dusk to noon attitude gave west the success .. then why not continue .. maybe the mind and body does need rest after work .. and also some time to think, plan about current path and also try new things that can lead to a better life..

maybe continuous effort on same type of work wont be good idea

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Chin Louie 29/08/2021 - 15:22

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fun 29/08/2021 - 15:22

after a few minutes .. me as a dum-dum realizing that this lecture is about "brilliant minds gone wrong" and why .. nothing for me.

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Archangel Mikhaḗl 29/08/2021 - 15:22

Utter crap.

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Preston Phelps 29/08/2021 - 15:22

Ugh, ah……uh, ah………

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Sultan Touma 29/08/2021 - 15:22

He ignores the fundamental problem. I devour everything Gladwell produces but he if he does not test for virtue. Something he never expliticly mentions, You end up flailing around in a sea of competing explanations, none of which pass muster. This is revealed when he does not elaborate on what acutually happens to the genuis people who don't occupy his vaguely chosen definition of success. A genius is born but he ends up a lineman in a power company. Does society benefit? I will let you decide by telling me….what is more important to you today, that your lights come on when you flip the switch or that some latest fad theory of equity and inclusion is propagated in your local university?

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Russell Hawkins 29/08/2021 - 15:22

I hear people refer to the South as having a "culture of honor" from time to time. Historically, the Northern states have had a lot of politicians participate in duels. Dueling persisted in the South into the late 1800s but was made illegal in the early 1800s in Mississippi and Alabama as it was broadly becoming unpopular after the Burr Hamilton duel. My feeling is that this is more of an historical difference than a regional one.

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Russell Hawkins 29/08/2021 - 15:22

No to farming.

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Dmitriy 29/08/2021 - 15:22

I bet Dominican Republic and Brazil have capitalization rate of 90% on the athletic abilities

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Asad Marji 29/08/2021 - 15:22

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Vashtieve Designs 29/08/2021 - 15:22

poverty is a mindset.

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Creighton Neidich 29/08/2021 - 15:22

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RHt 29/08/2021 - 15:22

My problem with people like Gladwell is that he's politically very liberal and here is gushing over Obama to a very liberal audience and makes arguments about the importance of instilling the idea that you can overcome your particular set of life challenges with enough effort (now more commonly called grit), but will refuse to recognize that Democrats have been propagating the idea that our society is hopelessly racist, corrupt and unfair and our systems were built by racists only to benefit racists and need to be completely abandoned for POC to make any progress in society (Ibrahim X Kendi's progressivism). Academics like Gladwell either don't realize how completely contradictory and corrosive these messages are for POC or he's too afraid to challenge modern progressives.

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Alan Glossop 29/08/2021 - 15:22

Much like when a kid shows a natural aptitude in the classroom for something they usually get more attention in that subject.Take being creative or artistic for example, everyone tells you “I wish I could draw like that.” There comes a time when early natural talent will only serve the ego and not the self, still got to work hard.

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Invalid Name 29/08/2021 - 15:22

Goal Setting Over Problem Setting!

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Alan Glossop 29/08/2021 - 15:22

Depends on the definition of discipline. Might being self,authoritarian or skill or trade discipline. Wether your time or moment comes, you’ve got to put in the hard work,the failure, and never quit or you won’t be ready for the opportunity. We strive to be our best only to have moments of perfection. I’m going with self-discipline because if someone else has to force you to do something, the true value or appreciation might never be achieved.Have a great weekend everyone and be your best🙌🏻

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Jack Nap 29/08/2021 - 15:22

ah um ah um ah um ah um, SO fkn annoying, that why people like him should write book instead of speaking in seminar

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Robert Steinbach 29/08/2021 - 15:22

10,000 hours to get to the elite level, but it takes 1,000 to 2,000 hours for full proficiency and far less to be decent at an activity so just do it. All it takes is good quality effort.

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Thiago Vencovsky 29/08/2021 - 15:22

I love this lecture by sideshow bob

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