The four-hour guru

NY Times: Too Much Information? Ignore It Timothy Ferriss, author of “The 4-Hour Workweek,” has a receptive audience from those hoping to get done four hours what it takes most people 5 days. Many scoff at his idea:

Nevertheless, without appearing on Oprah Winfrey’s show or doing a book tour, Mr. Ferriss has seen his book quickly become a best seller, largely on the strength of blog chatter in the tech community. Subsequently, he has become a pet guru of Silicon Valley, precisely by preaching apostasy in the land of shiny gadgets: just pull the plug. Crawl out from beneath the reams of data. Stand firm against the torrent of information.

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