Ask Me Anything (AMA) on Reddit.com - May 26, 2020 @ 1PM EST
A couple of quick announcements.
First, I'll be doing a webinar event in support of my local library tomorrow (5/13) at 1 PM on Critical Thinking Skills to Get Us Through a Pandemic. If you'd like to sign up, visit the Cary Library Events page and look for a link to my talk in their calendar.
Also, as the title of this piece implies, I'll be doing an "interview" on Reddit in two weeks (May 26th), also at 1 PM. That interview will take place in the popular subreddit Ask Me Anything (or AMA) in which I'll field questions from anyone on the Internet interested in learning more about critical thinking and how it can be applied to any aspect of life.
In order to do an AMA, one has to provide "proof" in the form of a picture like the one above, posted on a web site like this one that can assure readers that the person doing the AMA session is who he or she says they are.
AMA has hosted politicians, celebrities and journalists, as well as people with intersting jobs or important experiences and knowledge to share, so I'm looking forward to trying out the format. So bookmark AMA, set an alarm on your calendar, and join me and the Internet on May 26th.
Looking forward to hearing from you.