I read a few of the sequences now (including this one), and started to find that:
A: They were very interesting to read.
B: They seemed a bit obvious, like common sense.
This was somewhat confusing, as things which really are obvious are very familiar and predictable, and thus, not so interesting to experience.
It’s only my second time reading this (and first time reading the italics Exploring Social Psychology italics excerpt italics, that I’ve come to appreciate a link between sufficient explanation and illusion of obviousness.
So keep on dropping in hyper-links to previous sections like you do, they’re really helpful.
p.s. The help tables’ section on italics was not quite so good, as I’ve refrained from editing the result in order to demonstrate.