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"Even Dame Judi Dench left a A veteran Aid signed photo in my dressing room saying how much they love Tipping Point in their house.
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That puts cloud accounting in the small business market close to or past the 50 percent adoption mark--well beyond the tipping point.
In sociology, a tipping point is when a group of people changes and adopts a previously rare behavior or attitude.
This latest one gives you the chance to take part in the popular ITV game show Tipping Point, you know, the one with the counters and the questions.
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On energy we are seeing early signs of an economic tipping point approaching.
Another source describes the tipping point as 'the critical moment in an evolving situation that leads to a new and irreversible development.'
Malcolm Gladwell, after recounting this story in his book The Tipping Point, then asked, "How does a thirty-dollar pair of shoes go from a handful of downtown Manhattan hipsters and designers to every mall in America in the space of two years?" The answer?
A Tipping Point for Liberty is easy to read even though its subject matter may make one uneasy: Its 105 articles on about 300 pages are each generally just a few pages long.