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... corporate glow-speak to track investors. Writing style includes too many tedious long listings of the benefits and accomplishments. The narrator's voice is right out of Romper Room daycare. And his falsetto when quoting females seems quite unnecessary. Meanwhile, the kids don't get to sleep much while they passionately endeavor to help mankind with modern technology. Of course no mention of MIT's historic connections with developing spy gear, although most of the lab's developments praised in the book would almost certainly have clandestine usefulness. Try Secret Empire by Taubman, or Spycraft by Wallace, Melton et al instead to learn about the other cool stuff labs at MIT have been involved with.
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The writer's phrase "antidiscipline" grabbed my attention. Sometimes I'm not sure about my professional move toward being interdisciplinary rather than an "expert" on a really narrow topic. This book helps me take confidence in the direction I'm headed as a writer, teacher, and filmmaker.
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