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## Comments

The pacing of this and the next lecture is a bit rushed, especially the second part ):

I still don't quite understand unit and counit is and don't really see how they work in the examples shown on the board, also the adjunction part is not available in the companion book draft

(I probably should complete the example diagrams myself but I don't know how to start @.@ )

(my notes are here: https://1drv.ms/o/s!Am5pubnTnjqSkjY_eGNq3M1oYSnt , sorry for the horrible handwriting)

Would be nice if a bit more time is allocated to each lecture

`The pacing of this and the next lecture is a bit rushed, especially the second part ): I still don't quite understand unit and counit is and don't really see how they work in the examples shown on the board, also the adjunction part is not available in the companion book draft (I probably should complete the example diagrams myself but I don't know how to start @.@ ) (my notes are here: https://1drv.ms/o/s!Am5pubnTnjqSkjY_eGNq3M1oYSnt , sorry for the horrible handwriting) Would be nice if a bit more time is allocated to each lecture`