I'm reading Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World
that Can't Stop Talking, by Susan Cain
It's offered for $2.99 today on Kindle: <http://amzn.com/B004J4WNL2>
I really like what Cain's done here. She's a Harvard Law grad, an introvert, and she decided to examine a few of the assumptions we have in placing a higher value on extroversion in our culture. She employs a bit of the case study approach and I think it's effective. She also
takes a look at the current brain research.
I'm recommending it to the extroverts in my life; I learned more about them, too.
"Objects as large as a planet or as small as a photon can have the property of spin. Spin is also the reason we can watch movies in 3D."