Re: SC Chapter of STC Sponsors Minimalism Seminar

Subject: Re: SC Chapter of STC Sponsors Minimalism Seminar
From: John Ahlstrom <jahlstro -at- CISCO -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 8 Jan 1997 12:07:10 -0800

Please note that the correct title of Carroll's book
is "The Nurnberg Funnell"
=

This is misspelled in the U of Colorado site. An
Alta Vista search with the correct spelling gets a
lot of hits.

JKA
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> From: "Susan W. Gallagher" <sgallagher -at- expersoft -dot- com>
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> At 11:13 AM 1/8/97 -0800, John Ahlstrom wrote:
> >Does anyone have any references (URLs, articles or books)
> >on the minimalist technique?
> >
>
> The technique was developed by John M. Carroll and the definitive
> work on the subject is _The Nurnburg Funnel_. Sorry, I don't have
> the publishers info at hand. I believe the copyright date is 1991.
>
> Sometime last year he published a follow-up article in (STC's)
> Tech Communication.
>
> I managed to find the following web site:
>
> http://www.cudenver.edu/~mryder/itc_data/cogsci.html
>
> Which is a Univ of Colorado at Denver page entitled "Celebrities
> in Cognitive Science". Unfortunately, I could not get the link
> to the minimalist overview to work. :-( But this information
> should at least get you started.
>
> Happy discoveries!
> Sue Gallagher
> sgallagher -at- expersoft -dot- com
> -- The _Guide_ is definitive.
> Reality is frequently inaccurate.
>
>

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