Gerard DuBois
Gray Matter
For my first post of the year I thought I could do a little overview of my contribution for the Gray matter section in The New York Times.
It has been challenging and still is, to work on a recurring weekly column with not always easy topics, but after which I have the feeling I've learned something.
I won't make it long, but I wanted to thank Aviva, Alexandra and Nathan for this great ride.
Here are some samples of the pieces I've done for the past ten months.
"American dream? Or mirage?"
"When a gun is not a gun"
"Empathy is actually a choice"
"It's not a stream of consciousness"
"The Economics of Suspense"
"A Crisis at the Edge of Physics"
"The science of inside out"
"The Power of Precise Predictions"
"Are college lectures unfair?"
"The key to political persuasion"
"What a million syllabuses can teach us"
Halloween Time!!!
I think the launch of my new book Enfantillages is a good reason to post something at last.
Tomorrow October 14th, it will hit the shelves in France, then later in Canada.
It is only the second book I do all by myself. This one is not totally for children, but has chidren as main characters; children who can play rude, be rude, mean,  but are kids after all.
For now no translation is available, but anyway everybody knows only french kids are bad.
Je suis Charlie
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