I've never seen the print version.
I liked each section delving more in depth with a good amount of background information.
At the end he refers those more interested in the subject to checkout the magazine and even contact him with questions, which I've done and he responds. Even with the dumb stuff .
I'm still going to get nailed with my own cognitive biases but it's always good to remind yourself that they exist which is a good way to minimize the effect.
I've read some of the books he mentions, Carl Sagan's Demon Haunted World was amazing and my first introduction to his baloney detection. This started out a bit of a rehash on those themes so I expected to not learn a whole lot of new information. A few sections in and the material was much more expanded upon with more background. I'm a fan of VS Ramachandran and Oliver Sacks so if you like those books I think this is a good diversion whilst waiting for their next. I would love to see volume 2 eventually.
I haven't read the print edition.
I thought the bad guy was a bit obvious but the mystery was entertaining enough. I liked the characters and I think this could be a good series.
Others have written good summaries but as a reminder to myself, I liked it.
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