From: Stanton, Noel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue May 31 2005 - 09:57:42 CDT
Congratulations on making an excellent presentation even better. Here
are few substantive comments:
1. I agree with Steve that #20 still does not work. The immediate visual
impression is that the 3-zone design is greatly superior. It would
almost be better to leave this slide out if it can't be made more
2. On #11, 4th bullet, it's not clear what the two numbers "0.05% and
0.3% respectively" refer to.
3. Re Steve's comment about neck details: Peter has a drawing that would
be a useful backup if you get questions.
4. On #27, the plot assumes that the tagging system is 100% efficient.
Perhaps this should be added as a small-font caveat under the plot.
Some typos to fix:
#6: Omit bullet in front of Ed & Mike line, and close the paren after
#11: 4th bullet, underlined "checks" should be boldface
#12: delete "are" in "are associated" and "relative" in the next line
#23: replace "relative rates" with "Sig/BG ratios"
Thanks for the great job!
From: Mike Shaevitz [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Saturday, May 28, 2005 10:52 AM
To: Braidwood Collaboration
Subject: NuSAG Talk version 3
I have come up with a new version (ver3) of the NuSAG talk
that incorporates many of the comments from the meeting and
includes new figures where appropriate. It is still a
little long at 38 pages.
If you get a chance over the holiday, take a look and let me
know your suggestions.
The files are available at:
I am planning to give a practice talk on Tues. at 3pm cst
(4pm est). The video and phone information is given below.
Video: dial 826763 at 384 kbs
Voice: 1-510-883-7860; at the prompt enter 826763 followed
by # sign
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