30- 40 minute sections on a well-presented discrete topic for the lay scientist.
Thought-provoking and stimulating.
How, Why, What
Good subject matter, well paced, well presented and informative on the subject. Supportive material on the web also useful.
Clear explanations of psychology, of learning and physiology.
The supporting website was a great enhancement to the experience.
Ruben is reflective, thoughtful, original and well-read. She sums up the zeitgeist and presents it cleverly and clearly. As an observer of the human condition, she has picked the subject and packaged it well.
All of the hard work in support of the theme is also part of the story within the story.
Passion and interest in the subject matter in a voice that has become familiar. The coherence of the happiness "product" (blog/ emails/ podcasts/ videos/ utubes) is pleasing.
I preferred it over time.
The narrator did not seem to comprehend what he was reading.
Better narration - the subject matter remained a little disapointing: cliched historical examples and sporting references that were not meaningful to non-Americans
Someone who had rehearsed the material.
Some good suggestions in chapter 10 - a long wait for something useful.
Addressed all sections of life/ space in sufficient detail and urgency/immediacy. What did I like best? The results.
Quality of voice, pace, modulation - delivery matched the message.
Being reminded that the things are not the people.
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