Boris Smus

interaction engineering

Blue Mind

The message was good and clear, but the writing was tedious. Like Gladwell books, this one could be compressed to a short pamphlet. I liked the distinction between hedonism and eudaimonia, which was a very ancillary point in the book, but still new to me. I also liked the blue marble finish. But the meat of the book consists of an glorified enumeration of activities related to water.