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- Reported in: P2.0 (04-Aug-11)
Paper page: 10
In section 2.2.2 Scenario, the text talks about marking unplanned activities with a "U" but the diagram, figure 2.11 shows an "N" instead. Ive seen in both the printed edition and the PDF.--Eno
- Reported in: P3.0 (15-Oct-15)
PDF page: 25
It says in the short term memory example the dissimilar words are easier to remember. This is the wrong way around because it goes on to say long term memory is the opposite yet then says the same that dissimilar words are easier to remember because their associative instead.--Andrew Molloy
- Reported in: P2.0 (11-Feb-11)
PDF page: 32...
Some book references are mixed-up.
1. [Gla06] Malcolm Gladwell. Blink. Little, Brown and Company, Boston, 2006.
2. Gunilla Ladberg, Den mänskliga hjärnan, Prisma, Stockholm, 2006.
Gladwell is credited three times when it should be Ladberg. I think we mixed them up because the names have similar prefixes, and the year 2006 is the same. Ladberg is not present in the bibliography, by now. It should be.
It should be like this:
• Page 32 ” The Brain Stack”, ref 1: Gunilla Ladberg
• Page 34 ”Rhythm”, ref 5: Gunilla Ladberg
• Page 51 ”Thin Slicing”, ref 19: Blink [Gla06] (this one is correct and justifies Blink in the bibliography)
• Page 70 “Detach”, ref 7, Gunilla Ladberg--Staffan Nöteberg
- Reported in: P2.0 (07-Nov-12)
PDF page: 83
Paper page: 70
In the dialog in Chapter 4, Artichoke says, "Sorry Artie." Should say sorry to Cucumber.--Staffan Nöteberg
- Reported in: P2.0 (21-Nov-12)
Paper page: 98
• The left column shows the estimation error of my initial estimation.
• The right column shows the number of re-estimates.
However the combination in the picture seems strange. When I over-estimate (1st, 2nd and 4th item) the right column must reasonably be 0 – no re-estimates. When I under-estimate (3rd item) the right column must be at least 1. --Staffan Nöteberg
- Reported in: P2.0 (15-Mar-11)
PDF page: 111
I believe that the 3rd row in the record sheet (image) is incorrect. How can you know that the you under-estimated one activity by two Pomadori if there were zero reestimates?--Phil Duffen