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Jason Lonsdale

Reminds me of Gladwell's story about the doctor who developed a simple diagnostic for heart patients... (but then I'm always inclined to think that the better you know someone, the better the gift, and that depends on one's innate gift-selecting powers (some are definitely better at it than others, just as some doctors are better at sifting the wheat from the chaff when it comes to making a diagnosis)).

Take a look at www.imagini.net -it asks you visual questions about your intended giftee, then makes recommendations. Rather good, I think.

Michael Takasaki

That's funny; someone else just mentioned "Blink" with regard to this, although it was the story about gaining an idea of what person is like by looking at his dorm room.

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