It only seems natural for me to read a book on how intuitions deceive us while vacationing in the Outer Banks. Home from OBX for over two weeks now, my partners swear I'm deceiving myself that I'm still in Nags Head enjoying surf, tuna and crabs. Back to work, they urge.

"The Invisible Gorilla, and Other Ways Our Intuitions Deceive Us" by Christopher Chabris and Daniel Simons is an engaging, thought-provoking book that's reinforced the thinking of several tomes I've written on for Information Management. The title derives from experiments the psychology professors have conducted on limitations in visual human attention.

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