The #book pile
- We Now Know Why We Are Yelling!
- My book, Why Are We Yelling? The Art of Productive Disagreement
- To Argue Productively, Meet in a Neutral Space
- Testing the disagreement template
- On Facebook, content moderation, free speech, and personal responsibility
- 8 ways to practice the art of productive disagreement
- Podcast tour for Why Are We Yelling?
- An alternative to zingers
- What Can We Do About Our Bias?
- Pocket Biases
- Well that backfired
- Announcing a new friendly and diverse community: Fruitful
- My first book, Man Versus Himself
O. M. G. My book is finally out!
Published November 19th, 2019 by Penguin Random House
The spaces where we disagree have a hidden effect on our arguments
If you're in a gnarly disagreement and you feel like the conversation keeps going in circles, here's one way out: tease apart the questions that get raised in the disagreement into FACTS, VALUES, and PROPOSALS.
Using head, heart, and hands to understand a disagreement happening on Twitter about whether people have a moral responsibility to leave their jobs at Facebook.
A brief tour of the framework from Why Are We Yelling?
A selection of podcasts I appeared on to talk about productive disagreement.
3 interesting new developments in productive disagreement: etter.wiki, change a view, and impossible conversations.
A 4-step roadmap for developing an always-on, honest relationship to bias.
Keep your friends close and your cognitive biases closer.
History of a bias that got ahead of itself.
Call for early adopters!
A novel I wrote about an 89-year old man who is CEO of 2 companies and gets stabbed in the eye.