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This one is the best yet in the It Girl serial. Doesn't matter that it's a ghostwriter who writes it because it was GOOD! I always liked the It Girl better than Gossip Girl. The plots are bit less disjointed. Less skipping between the chapters. But this one was very exciting. I can't wait for the new one. How are they going to get themselves out of this one. Tinsley and Callie are such bitches and Jenny is so nice. They can't put the fire on her. It was Tinsley who did it with Julian's Zippo. J and J are in trouble.

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While the theology goes a little sideways once in a while, the basic concepts of the book regarding the use and implications of media in worship and church are very thought provoking. Shane has a deep and brilliant way of thinking about cultural ramifications and where media has been, is and where it's going. A good read for any pastor.

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Malcolm Gladwell shows us with this book that he is a jack-of-all-trades (or intellectual disciplines) and master of none. He very loosely weaves together existing social science and economic research to support his thin idea that there is a "tipping point" in all epidemics. While it was a page turner and interesting to read, his glib conclusory statements interpreting others' research was a bit jarring... For example, use of the word "always" when describing a social phenomenon is not a practice to which most trained social scientists would subscribe. I was also hoping for more practical advice resulting from his work, but not much was to be found other than that many complex forces (people, context, etc.) are at work in achieving a tipping point in most epidemics.