Malcolm Gladwell started the debate with a lengthy review criticizing many of Anderson's analogies for how scarcity and abundance operate in a market economy. Seth Godin then responded with a few choice rebuttals, sure to spark further discussion.
Along with this, Waldo Jaquith levies allegations that the book contains overt plagiarism. Anderson himself has responded in kind to the blog post, and it appears some additional notes will be available to coincide with the book's release.
While some of this buzz may be viral marketing, the subject matter still sounds quite interesting. Free will be available for sale in stores July 7, though you can put it on hold at Canton Public Library today.
The title says it all - this book includes knitting instructions for 20 purses, each requiring just one skein of yarn. There are five patterns for each season, and styles including totes, satchels, coin purses, duffels, clutches, and more.
Today we are putting some new Korean language books on the shelf. Ne ka irŏbŏrin kŏt ŭl kiŏk hara : Sichʻillia esŏ on pʻyŏnji = memory lost by Kim Yŏng-ha chiŭm and Nŏ to ttŏna pomyŏn na rŭl alkŏya : 230 days of diary in America by KIm Tong-yŏng chiŭm are just two of the titles you may want to come in and check out.
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