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Author Malcolm Gladwell answers the web's most searched questions about research. How do you avoid confirmation bias? Is the 10,000 hours rule actually real? Does anyone go to libraries anymore? Is Wikipedia a reliable resource? Did McDonald's fries taste better when we were kids? Malcolm answers all these questions and much more!

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