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Feed­back & Crit­i­cism (topic)

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Feedback is information about people’s reactions to an event, object, person, place, or idea. Many writers, developers, entrepreneurs, and other content creators try to get feedback so they can know how to improve their creations. Positive feedback is positive information in a reaction—i.e. being told that one’s hair looks nice, while negative feedback or criticism is the opposite—i.e. being told that one’s hair looks like a mop.

Some thoughts on criticism

Buck18 Sep 2020 4:58 UTC
88 points
12 comments5 min readLW link

An easy win for hard decisions

alexrjl5 May 2022 7:47 UTC
24 points
0 comments3 min readLW link

Crit­i­cism as Entertainment

Elizabeth9 Jan 2020 22:20 UTC
53 points
12 comments2 min readLW link
(acesounderglass.com)

Crit­i­cism cat­alyzes an­a­lyt­i­cal think­ing in groups

rayraegah20 Mar 2019 16:27 UTC
10 points
0 comments1 min readLW link

Too much feed­back can be a bad thing

Kaj_Sotala11 Apr 2009 14:05 UTC
11 points
13 comments1 min readLW link

Drive-By Low-Effort Criticism

lionhearted31 Jul 2019 11:51 UTC
32 points
61 comments2 min readLW link

Con­ver­sa­tional Cul­tures: Com­bat vs Nur­ture (V2)

Ruby31 Dec 2019 20:23 UTC
133 points
92 comments9 min readLW link5 reviews

In­ter­nal and ex­ter­nal criticism

Kaj_Sotala21 Aug 2013 6:35 UTC
22 points
5 comments1 min readLW link

Crit­i­cism Schedul­ing and Privacy

Lulie29 Sep 2018 13:50 UTC
40 points
8 comments14 min readLW link

On Nega­tive Feed­back and Simulacra

Zvi3 May 2020 17:00 UTC
47 points
7 comments29 min readLW link
(thezvi.wordpress.com)

Nega­tive Feed­back and Simulacra

Elizabeth29 Apr 2020 2:00 UTC
144 points
24 comments9 min readLW link1 review
(acesounderglass.com)

Slava!

[deleted]3 Oct 2010 2:47 UTC
40 points
105 comments4 min readLW link

Glen Weyl: “Why I Was Wrong to De­mo­nize Ra­tion­al­ism”

Zack_M_Davis8 Oct 2021 5:36 UTC
45 points
12 comments1 min readLW link
(www.radicalxchange.org)

The (Unoffi­cial) Less Wrong Com­ment Challenge

adamShimi11 Nov 2020 14:18 UTC
80 points
35 comments2 min readLW link

Pe­ti­tion To Make Inar­tic­u­late Down­vot­ing More Difficult

Horatio Von Becker1 Sep 2021 6:23 UTC
−2 points
13 comments1 min readLW link

LessWrong is pro­vid­ing feed­back and proofread­ing on drafts as a service

Ruby7 Sep 2021 1:33 UTC
286 points
51 comments3 min readLW link

How to Make Your Ar­ti­cle Change Peo­ple’s Minds or Ac­tions? (Spoiler: Do User Test­ing Like a Startup Would)

Yonatan Cale30 Mar 2022 17:39 UTC
54 points
8 comments1 min readLW link
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