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Quote Investigator What is the purpose of this website? This blog records the investigatory work of Garson O’Toole who diligently seeks the truth about quotations. Who really said what? This question often cannot be answered with complete finality, but approximate solutions can be iteratively improved over time. Who uses this website? Articles on the Quote Investigator website have been cited by journalists and writers at The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Boston Globe, The Economist, The Washington Post, Slate, The Chicago Tribune, The Guardian, Real Clear Politics, The Jacksonville Times-Union, A Way With Words (Public Radio Program), ABC Television News, ABC (Australia), and more. People are sharing what they have discovered on the website via multiple social media channels including: Twitter, Reddit, Google+, YCombinator News, Quora, StumbleUpon, FaceBook, Pinterest, Tumblr, Slashdot, and Metafilter. Can you give some examples of media coverage that references QI research?

The Benjamin Franklin Effect and why you need to quit your job before it’s too late The Benjamin Franklin Effect and why you need to quit your job before it’s too late There’s something you should know. Your brain is reactive, and your moral values are pliable. Your actions influence your beliefs. If you’re sticking it out in a job where you’re not happy, you had better hightail it out of there before your brain has time to rewire the way you think about it. Because it will, and then you’ll never leave… What Benjamin Franklin taught us Benjamin Franklin was a smart guy. In 1737, Benjamin was about to be voted in as clerk of the General Assembly for the second time, when a curious thing happened. He saw that this man was “a gentleman of fortune and education, with talents that were likely to give him, in time, great influence in the House.” But this is where the story gets interesting. “He that has once done you a kindness will be more ready to do you another, than he whom you yourself have obliged.” And lo and behold, what happened next? No kidding. Why? Sound familiar?

List of misquotations - Wikiquote This page consists of things that many people think are correct quotations but are actually incorrect. This does not include quotations that were actually blunders by the people who said them (see, e.g., Wikipedia:Political gaffe). See also: Quotations on misquotation. Misquoted or misattributed[edit] "If you have an apple and I have an apple and we exchange these apples then you and I will still each have one apple. But if you have an idea and I have an idea and we exchange these ideas, then each of us will have two ideas." "All we want are the facts, ma'am." "All we know are the facts, ma'am." "That's right," said Billy Windsor. "Elementary, my dear Watson, elementary," murmured Psmith. Unsourced, unverified, or other best guesses[edit] These may not necessarily be misquotations but catchphrases from popular culture, whose formation required slight alterations to put them into context and make them memorable. "Whenever I hear the word 'culture' I reach for my revolver." People[edit]

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