Elon Musk: "Quite interesting."
Fred Wilson: "Excellent and quick read for entrepreneurs."
Balaji Srinivasan mentioned 'Seeing Like a State' on Twitter.
Tim Ferriss: "This book is awe-inspiring and shows the depth of world-creation that makes Miyazaki a legend."
Chris Dixon: “A really interesting inside look at, well, Apple’s design process under Steve Jobs.
Apple is probably the premier product development organization of the last 20 years — and very little is known about it by outsiders — so inside peeks are always really fascinating.”
Elon Musk: "[This book] is really, really good if you want a primer on structural design."
Seth Godin: "Brilliant book... which I have given away many, many copies of."
Nassim Taleb: "Bertaud knows cities inside out. It is a pleasure to read something by a person who knows his subject in so much depth."
Tim Ferriss: "It is a strange, strange book."
Kevin Systrom listed 'Visual Explanations' among his favorite books on Facebook.
Brian Armstrong: "A framework to simulate how customers experience your product, especially the moments of confusion.
Each customer comes to your product with a reservoir of trust, and every interaction adds or depletes a bit of trust from that reservoir."
Joe Rogan: "One of my favorite books"
Seth Godin: "The War of Art is one of those books, at least for me when I finally was exposed to it, I said why wasn’t I informed?
Why did it take this long for this book to land on my desk? There aren’t very many books I could say it like that."
Alexis Ohanian: "Required reading"
Marissa Mayer's favorite book.
Tobi Lutke mentioned 'The Design of Everyday Things' on Patrick O'Shaugnessy's 'Invest Like The Best' podcast.
Naval Ravikant: "Love that book."
Patrick Collison included this book on his list of recommended books.
This book was on Sam Altman's bookshelf.