You take a quick glance at someone’s face and you make snap judgements. If they look competent, they’re more likely to become CEOs. If they look trustworthy, you’re more likely to invest money with them. But here’s the rub. Theere’s not much evidence that your snap judgement was right. From James Hamblin in The Atlantic: The Introverted Face.

+ Maybe you can’t tell much from a person’s face. But I’m guessing you can derive everything you’d want to know from the unique microbial aura that travels with each of us, wherever we go (along with a couple tubs of Purell).