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Tim van Beek wrote:

Great!As you can see, I've copied this remark of yours to the existing discussion on "Recommended reading". My dream is that each Azimuth Project page will have a single discussion about it here on the Forum. Everytime we make an interesting change, we can log it by adding a comment to the relevant discussion. This discussion will then be a bit like the "discussion page" on Wikipedia.

It's mildly annoying to find already existing discussions, and I'd rather people start a new discussion than let their worries inhibit them from posting here... but one can find existing discussions here.

`Tim van Beek wrote: >I tried to classify the books and introduced subheaders, I expect the list to grow... I also added two books by Gerd Grigerenzer under "Psychology". **Great!** As you can see, I've copied this remark of yours to the existing discussion on "Recommended reading". My dream is that each Azimuth Project page will have a single discussion about it here on the Forum. Everytime we make an interesting change, we can log it by adding a comment to the relevant discussion. This discussion will then be a bit like the "discussion page" on Wikipedia. It's mildly annoying to find already existing discussions, and I'd rather people start a new discussion than let their worries inhibit them from posting here... but one can find existing discussions [here](http://www.math.ntnu.no/~stacey/Mathforge/Azimuth/search.php).`