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I can think of no talk I have listened to that I was able to ask as useful a question or provide as useful a critique as when I had actually read the paper. If a friend of mine is going to spend an hour with a paper of mine, I would rather they read and type up a few comments, for I think that the results would be much more useful. (Of course I am probably biased by the fact that I rarely receive comments by people who have listened to the talks I have given that approach the quality of the comments given by people who have read my papers.)

Marcus Arvan

Seems like a neat idea. I'd be happy to take part sometime if anyone would like comments on a paper and would like to try it out!

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