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Other Items Referenced
It seems, in the end, we might have missed a few. Actually, Steven admits he was pretty poor at keeping track of references used to prove out some points, so there may be more of these we missed, or will add later.
These are also a mess, so I'll clean them up later. Or, probably not really. But I should.
Lupton, Ellen. Thinking With Type: A Critical Guide for Designers, Writers, Editors, & Students. Princeton Architectural Press: New York, 2004.
Felici, Frank. The Complete Manual of Typography: A Guide to Setting Perfect Type. Peachpit Press: Berkley, 2003.
Carter, Sebastian. Twentieth Century Type Designers. New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 1995.
Briggs, Asa, and Burke, Peter. Social History of the Media: From Gutenburg to the Internet. Cambridge: Polity Press, 2009, 13-15.
Heimstra, Norman W., and Ellingstad, Vernon S. Human Behavior: A Systems Approach. Monterey: Brooks/Cole, 1972.
Kossyln, Stephen M., Chabris, Christopher F. "The Mind Is Not a Camera, The Brain Is Not a VCR: Some Psychological Guidelines For Designing Charts and Graphs." Aldus Magazine September (1993): 33-36 Download PDF.
Visser, Froukje S., Stappers, Pieter J., and Sanders, Elizabeth B. "Contextmapping: Experiences From Practice." CoDesign: International Journal of CoCreation in Design and the Arts 1 (2005): 119-149. Download PDF.
Ware, Collin, Gobrecht, C. and Paton, M. “Dynamic Adjustment of Stereo Display Parameters.” IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics 28, no. 1 (1988): 56-65.
http://seclists.org/risks/2010/q4/1 - post by Philip Listowsky: "Voting machines with incredibly poorly written software"
- "Warren RM, Wrightson JM, Puretz J (1988). "Illusory continuity of tonal and infratonal periodic sounds". Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 84 (4): 1338–42."
Meyer, J. (2001). Effects of warning validity and proximity on responses to warnings. Human Factors, 43(4), 563-572. http://groklab.org/wiki/index.php?title=Meyer_2001
Gibbon, D, Mertins, I. and Moore, R.K. (2000) Handbook of Multimodal and Spoken Dialogue Systems Resources, Terminology and Product Evaluation (The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science, Vol. 565), Massachusetts, Kluwer Academic Publishers Google Books
The temporal delay hypothesis, Martin Corley1, Robert J. Hartsuiker http://homepages.ed.ac.uk/martinc/offprints/ch11.pdf
Discussion: Three Topics that Continue to Be Misunderstood by the Wireless World, Jeffrey K. Belk, Qualcomm Inc., 12/2003
Make a new section
Just like this. If, for example, you want to argue about the differences between, say, Tidwell's Vertical Stack, and our general concept of the List, then add a section to discuss. If we're successful, we'll get to make a new edition and will take all these discussions into account.