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Re: Part IV: Applications of PLCs & PACs
gorby   3/1/2012 3:10:20 PM
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As a constructive criticism, it would be helpul toshow for each bullet, the talking points being discussed. Coming from a classical bkground, I'm trying to picture the ladder during the several minutes that the topic is being discussed... looking at only the highlighted topic. When we get to a meatty slide, Max says it is too complicated and moves on. Other times I'm staring at a pretty box for several minutes while the guts of the box is what I'm trying to picture. Also, I like my achronyms defined in print at least once.  Sometimes the presentation appears at a very high level, good for the boardroom, less so for practitioners. Every sentence had an "ah".   Having said all that, I'm grateful for the program. ggg



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