I've just revised notes for Monday's lecture. Those for Wednesday's lecture will probably be available later today. If you've found the site, you've probably discovered that there are two ways to find the notes.
- The recommended way: Go to the Schedule page and click on the lecture for a particular day. If the notes for that day's lecture have been revised, you'll find a link to them there. You'll also find anywhere from 0-5 associated readings. Except on days that are designated for case studies, I won't expect you to necessarily read and digest everything that's in them. They're provided for your information and as resources you may find useful as you develop your final project.
- The not recommended way: Go the the Notes page and click on the title of a topic that sounds interesting. This is not the recommended way, because the notes that are there get revised during the course of the semester. Right now there are a bunch that I haven't looked at in nearly 2 years. When they show up through the Schedule page, you can be sure they're up to date.