My guest for this short episode of The Knowledge Project is a man who wears many hats.
Ali Almossawi is a San Francisco-based author of books on critical thinking and computer science education, and the creator of An Illustrated Book of Bad Arguments. He is also a principal engineer at Apple and was formerly employed as a data visualization engineer by Mozilla.
His books have been read by 3 million readers, translated into 20 languages, and have sold over a quarter million copies in print.
This interview is only 20 minutes along, but there was a lot I wanted to cover, so we move pretty fast. Specifically, we cover:
If you’ve ever wanted to improve the way you process information, think more clearly and make better decisions, you won’t want to miss this interview.
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