Sure Malcolm Gladwell has his own website and a wikipedia page. Even his initial blog, which sadly, but perhaps understandably hasn't been kept up to date since 2010.
Now, I've been a fan of his work since listening to him speak for the first time at a patient safety conference in San Francisco in 2005 with fellow New Yorker writer Atul Gawande. Prior to that discussion, I had no idea who either man was. After that conference, I read all of their books and continue to follow their commentary closely.
Both have had a profound influence on my thinking.
With Gladwell, I've been reviewing many of his interviews, commentary, and articles, particularly those which relate to health care and many which do not.
From my blog -
- Why Doctors Should Read Gladwell's David and Goliath. Can a David Fix Health Care?
- Malcolm Gladwell and David Goldhill Interview on Health Care - Disappointing, Dangerous, and Frightening.
- Why Nurse Practitioners Should Not Do Primary Care Without Physician Oversight
- Would Doctors Pick a Better Health Care System If They Saw It?
- Is Making Primary Care More Professionally Satisfying as Simple as Lowering Panel Size?
- Doctors, Patients, Insurers - Who Will Shape Health Care?
And also some great pieces including from Forbes and my colleague Robert Pearl, MD.
- Tell People What It Is Really Like to be a Doctor
- Malcolm Gladwell On American Health Care: An Interview
And some very interesting and insightful talks / interviews including:
Malcolm Gladwell on Criticism, Tolerance, and Changing Your Mind via BrainPickings
and the lecture he alludes to at UPenn (my alma mater) is here
Other great videos / lectures include:
2014 Seagram Lecture
Talks at Google - SapientNitro iEx2012 Keynote Speech Tokens, Pariahs, and Pioneers - New Yorker Festival (and in Q&A how awesome, Canada is, eh!) With fellow Canadian - on George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight - Extended Interview
What is your favorite Gladwell video or piece?
Happy Belated Canada Day from one Canadian to another!