I haven't read the print version.
I was particularly intrigued with the discussion of universities.
Are you David, Goliath or a bystander? Gladwell touches on the pros and cons of all three. He goes further to elaborate on the pros of being all 3 at appropriate times. This book delivers. Read it!
A lover of history, of art, of storytelling and of the people behind all of these things.
I love Gladwell's books and love that he reads them. This piece explains why the underdog wins - and why it shouldn't surprise us when he does.
Extremely we'll researched. The story regarding French impressionists was phenomenal and was worth the price of the entire book. A must listen!
The threads of David and Goliath are not as impressively interwoven as his other books. He is a great story teller, but there are too many violent and depressing stories in this one.
The anecdotes dragged on for quite a while. This could have been either a long podcast or this length of book with more substantial evidence.
I listen to this book through audible. The author narrated his own work, and that lend credibility to the read. The book captured my attention and I found excuses to drive simply to listen to the book further. The collection of facts and interesting stories where captivating. The only criticism I have regarding the book is that it lacked a summary at the end tying everything back to The original story of David and Goliath, and how underdogs actually defeat their Giants.