Just the one cracker, but a timely one (if you’re reading promptly), and an interested debate on the nature – and nurture – of talent. (Don’t Compromise will be reviewing Daniel Coyle’s book, The Talent Code, shortly. Follow us on Twitter to keep in touch with the latest posts.)

Eureka fight club live: Is talent taught rather than innate? The Times website hosts a live debate at 3pm today between Daniel Coyle, author of The Talent Code, who believes the role of genes has been overstated, andEllen Winner, professor of psychology at Boston College, who argues that while hard work is a necessary condition for high achievement, it is not sufficient: success also depends on natural aptitude.

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