This page is for reviewing (i.e., criticizing, critiquing) my current work strategy/approach or my prior outputs, such as articles, books, websites, and other things I create and publish (“make public”). It’s harder for me to address problems, or otherwise improve what I do and create, to the extent I don’t know what’s wrong. By “wrong,” I mean less good than it could be. Maybe a little, maybe a lot. You tell me. Anyone can write a criticism. If you’re a student who wants to criticize my course or mentorship, think of your “review” as a matter of how to improve my strategy/approach and/or how to improve my learning materials. I publicly respond to each published review. I put my response as a “Comment” at the bottom of the review’s page. Anyone can write a comment or reply to one. All comments and replies should (dis)agree with the initial review, elaborate on or refine the criticism, do the same with proposed solutions, and/or suggest alternatives. Upon submission of a review (but not a comment or reply), you’ll receive a confirmation email followed, within a few days, by a decision letter (accept or decline).
To criticize CrimRxiv (as compared to me), go here. Or if the problem with CrimRxiv is really about me, use the page you’re on now.