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Summary | 11 Annotations
Reading Gates' top picks is guaranteed to make you smarter.
2018/06/08 10:37
Leonardo Da Vinci" by Walter Isaacson
2018/06/08 10:38
Isaacson does the best job I've seen of pulling together the different strands of Leonardo's life and explaining what made him so exceptional
2018/06/08 10:38
Factfulness" by Hans Rosling
2018/06/08 10:39
Rosling, a global health expert, unfortunately, passed away last year. Gates said on his blog that this book is "a fitting final word from a brilliant man, and one of the best books I've ever read."
2018/06/08 10:39
the best books I've ever read." 6/15 "Hillbilly Elegy" by J.D. Vance
2018/06/08 10:40
Vance's book "offers insights into some of the complex cultural and family issues behind poverty."
2018/06/08 10:40
"Shoe Dog" by Phil Knight
2018/06/08 10:41
Phil Knight is a one-of-a-kind CEO. He tells the story of how he built Nike into a multibillion-dollar, globe-spanning business
2018/06/08 10:41
"The Myth of the Strong Leader" by Archie Brown
2018/06/08 10:41
"rown shows that the leaders who make the biggest contributions to history and humanity generally are not the ones we perceive to be strong leaders," Gates wrote.
2018/06/08 10:41